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Rashneel Kumar
Thursday, April 24, 2014

FOOTBALL

Futsal

BUSINESS House FUTSAL competition will start on May 8 at the FMF Gymnasium. All interested business house teams that want to take part to contact 9694417. Registration fees $170. Restricted only for business houses and government departments. Closing date for registration May 2.

GOLF

Fiji

THE Fiji Senior Golfers Association versus Fiji Golf Club, Old Stallions versus Young Bucks for the Roger Probert Trophy will be contested this Sunday. For registration email to malcolmpaterson@connect.com.fj.

NETBALL

New Vision Bure

A NETBALL tournament will be held at the Wainibuka School grounds on May 1 and 2. Only the first 12 teams to pay $70 entry fee will be accommodated. Winner gets $300 and runner-up will get $150. Contact Viri on 9513657.

Tailevu

THE Tailevu Netball Association season opening knockout will be held on May 3 at the Vunivivi Multi-Purpose Court from 10am. Registration fee is $150. Closing date for registrations is May 1. Registration forms could be collected from Unaisi on 9330349 or Losana on 9268347 or Miriama on 9906300. All teams are to bring a plate each for morning tea. President Unaisi Ravouvou will be the chief guest.

RUGBY

New Vision Bure 7s

THE tournament will be held at Wainibuka Secondary School ground on May 1 and 2. Fee is $200 and only 24 teams will be accommodated. The main prize is $1700 and runner-up gets $800. Prizes also for plate and bowl winners. Entry fee due on April 29. Contact 9000279 or 9513657 for more information.

Serua Circuit 7s

THE tournament will be held on May 1 and 2 in Serua. Required teams are 32. Entry fee is $100 per team. Main prize $1000. Registrations close on April 25. For more information contact Ilaitia Yali 9373201, Jone Moceacagi 9080047, Akariva Vueti 8739227.

SCW 7s

THE SCW 7s tournament will be held at the Suva Grammar School ground on May 3. First 16 teams to pay $150 entry fee by May 2 will be accommodated. Winner gets $1000. Contact 9369559 or 9728548.

TOUCH RUGBY

USP

THE University of the South Pacific Touch Rugby Association will be running a competition for schoolchildren between the ages of 10-16 during the April-May school break at USP. Contact Tevita on 9982198 or tevita.mau@waf.com.fj for more information.

VOLLEYBALL

Naisoso Sports Club

TEAMS are invited for a volleyball competition to be held at Qanville Estate Park in Nasoso, Nadi on April 26.

The first 16 men's teams and eight women's teams that pay their registration fees of $80 and $50 respectively will be allowed to participate.

For more information contact Isimeli (9948607) or Josefa (997881).

Ovea

THE Ovea volleyball tournament will be held at the village grounds on May 3. First 20 teams to pay the registration fee of $50 will be accommodated.

Men's winner gets $400 and women's winner gets $200. Contact Peceli Tui on 8442945 or 8032646.

Security Force

CLUB games will be held this Saturday at the Immigration Department court. Clubs are invited to participate as we are preparing for the Security Force Volleyball League. Contact 7863228 for more information.





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