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Record teams participate in futsal tourney

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, May 24, 2014

A RECORD number of teams are taking part in the Business House Futsal competition which has been running for the past three weeks in Suva.

Twenty-six teams are participating in the competition played on week days.

The competition which is run by former Fiji football rep Tagi Vonolagi has entered the elimination stage which will be held on Monday.

Vonolagi said the last round of pool games were held last night at the FMF Gymnasium.

"A total of 26 teams participating which is a record number of teams after being co-ordinating it for two years now," he said.

"The elimination will be held on Monday with all teams participating to be regrouped depending on their progress.

"We will have the main cup, the plate, the shield and the spoon grades as well.

"Top companies have entered with teams such as Digicel, HFC Bank, FRCA, Southern Forest, KPMG, Dominion Insurance, Vision Group, Housing Authority and FEA qualifying for the elimination rounds next Monday."

Vonolagi said the Business House Futsal had revealed some exciting talents and a good crowd gathered to support their teams on the game day.

"This has also helped many to wind down after a days work, relieve stress, do some physical activities and help them in their daily lives."





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