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Ex-reps for squash program

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

FORMER national squash representative Isimeli Cerelala and former Fiji champion Andrew McGoon have been chosen to spearhead the Squash Fiji national development program.

The national squash body hopes to identify potential Fiji players for future tournaments through this program.

Squash Fiji will kick start the search with the Carpenters (Fiji) Limited-sponsored Squash Fun Day on March 31 at Defence Club in Suva. This will be followed by a fundraising event for the 2015 Pacific Games levy contribution.

"Planters Club squash court in Savusavu on June 7 will be the next call and many players are excited to participate in the one-day tournament and coaching sessions," Cerelala said.

"In fact this will be the first nationally-recognised and organised tournament with a visit from Squash Fiji."








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