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Rashneel Kumar
Monday, April 28, 2014



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.


Gold Rush golf tournament

INTERESTED golfers are invited to enter for one of Fiji's most prestigious amateur golfing events. Total events prize value is $40,000. Four individual one-day net stroke play mixed tournaments with great prizes. The events will be held on May 3, June 7, July 12 and August 9. Points accumulate towards the major gold bar prize. For more information, contact 9908112, or 9955368,


THE Srixon Cleveland Classic will be played at Nadi Airport Golf Club from May 3-4 over 36 holes. Entry fee is $60 per player, includes lunch and cocktail. Contact Amitesh Chandra on 9923191. Entry open to all.


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.


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.


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.



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 for more information.



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.



THE Nadroga/Navosa Provincial Youth Tournament will be held at Lawaqa Park on May 8 and 9.

Rugby 7s - Under-17 and U19 - Entry fee is $50 and the winner will receive $500 and losing finalist will collect $200. Only first 24 teams each in both grades who have paid their registration fees will be accommodated.

Open grade - Entry fee is $100 and the winner will get $2000 and the runner-up $1000. The losing semi-finalists get $500 each while the losing quarter-finalists gets $200 each. The plate winner will get $500 while runner-up $200 and the bowl winner will receive $300 and runner-up $150. Only the first 48 teams with the registration paid in full will be accommodated.

Netball: Open grade - Entry fee is $30 and the winner will get $200 while runner-up $100. Only first 48 teams with their registration fees paid in full will be accommodated.

Volleyball: Open grade - Entry fee is $30 for men's and women's grades. The winner gets $300 and runner-up $150. Only first 48 teams in both grades with fees paid in full will be accommodated.

Payments of the registration fees will be collected by Semi Tanikili 9384636 or Jorama Ratulevu 9305510/9550254/7273543/7915167. Entries due on April 30. First chance will be given to youth clubs in the province.

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