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Inaugural snooker inter-club event at Tavua Club

Arin Kumar
Saturday, April 26, 2014

THE Billiards and Snooker Association of Fiji will host the country's first ever Inter- Club Championship today.

The competition is similar to soccer's Inter-District Championship and was supposed to have been played last month but was postponed.

Association secretary Raymond Reddy said the event, which would be played at Tavua Club, was sponsored by Goundars Rentals.

He also confirmed the event would be played in two pools with each pool containing four clubs.

Pool A consists of Tavua A, Simla, Sam's Superpool and Lautoka while Pool B has Tavua B, Ba Central, Merchants Club and Nadi Sports Club.

Reddy has requested all clubs and players to be at the venue on time to avoid missing out on valuable information.

"Briefing will start at 9am sharp at the Tavua Club," he said.

"The selection of players and games will be done during briefing, so do not blame anyone if turning up late to the briefing and fumbling up on the rules during your respective matches.

"The table draws will be done soon after the briefing, and games should start by 9.30am. We request the southern teams to be in Tavua on time to avoid disappointment."

Reddy said they hoped to finish the tournament by this evening.

"Once again, we wish to sincerely thank Mr Goundar for stepping forward and accepting our request for sponsorship."

The idea behind the tournament is to increase the participation of clubs and their players.








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