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Move confirmed

Arin Kumar
Tuesday, May 06, 2014

FOLLOWING a successful Sports Camp in Suva last week, the Fiji Sports Council has confirmed they will move the next camp to the Western Division.

More than 70 children were part of the camp which taught basketball, baseball, rugby, volleyball and cricket over five days at the Vodafone Arena.

Council events manager Eroni Tawayaga said there was interest from parents from the Western Division.

"We will be going to the West on the first week of second term school holidays," he said.

"Some of the kids here at this camp were from the West and we had a good number of kids from the West in the past years.

"So since we see that the interest is there, we will take the camp to them so that is easy access to them."

Meanwhile, the Council has signed an agreement with the Regent Taxi to cater for people travelling from their facilities.

Council CEO Litiana Loabuka said the agreement would allow 13 taxi's to be based at their facilities in Suva.

"This is just another way to serve our customers better because many people have been asking for taxi's to be readily available at our various facilities," she said.








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