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Dritabua wins Vision 7s

Arin Kumar
Tuesday, May 13, 2014

THE Dritabua 7s club took out the New Vision 7s tournament last weekend at the Wainibuka Secondary School grounds.

Dritabua beat Babeez Senivaivai 7-5 in a hard fought final to walk away $1200 richer last Friday.

Earlier in the day Dritabua had beaten Ra club Namara 14-10 in one semi-final while Babeez Senivaivai beat Peni Rokodiva Jr's Bre Ambassador 3-0 thanks to a last minute drop goal penalty.

Nadarivatu won the plate final and $200 by beating Raven Blues 10-7.

Matanakilagi took home $220 when they won the netball competition beating Bure 15-14 in the final.

Tournament organiser Wame Ratadai hailed the tournament a success and said they would host another tournament in Wainibuka later this year.

"More than 700 people came to watch this tournament and nearly all the teams were village teams from the surrounding areas like Wainibuka and Ra," he said.

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