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SPORTS NOTEBOOK

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, June 04, 2014

ATHLETICS

Suva

THE Twilight Meet event would be held tomorrow at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.

Program: 5.30pm 1500m/Javelin; 5.40pm 50m; 5.45pm 100m/Long Jump; 6pm 400m; 6.15pm 800m/Triple Jump; 6.30pm 200m; 6.45pm 4x100m Relays

GOLF

Ba

THE Amins Insurance Services-sponsored four players Ambrose tournament will be held at the Ba Golf Club greens on June 15. Entry fee is $60 per team (lunch included). Reporting time is at 8.30am and short gun start at 9am. Attractive prizes at stake. Contact Pradeep Chandra: 9917519, Vishwa Nadan: 9295385.

Gold Rush

ENTER now for the 2nd Gold Rush Golf tournament. Fiji's most prestigious amateur golfing event with prize valued over $40,000. Four individuals, one day net stroke play mixed tournaments with incredible daily prizes. Par 3 1kg silver bar hole in One and $500 hole in one plus NTPs. Join the fun. The event will be held on June 7th, July 12th and August 9th 2014. Points will accumulate towards the major gold bar prize. For enquiries contact 9908112, golf@thepearlsouthpacific.com or 9955368, stephenson@connect.com.fj

Natadola

The 2014 Natadola Bay Golf Classic will be played on Thursday June 5 at the Natadola Bay Golf Course. The event is sponsored by Gecko's Trucking, Sigatoka Motor Spare Parts and Coastal Rental. Entry for professionals is $80, amateurs is $155 and for members of Natadola is $70. Professionals play for $5000 in prizemoney. Contact pro Shop on 6733500 or email golf@natadolabay.com.

NETBALL

Lautoka men's and mixed

THE Lautoka Men's and Mixed Netball is organising business house competition on June 18 and is inviting all business houses from Lautoka/Nadi to join. Registration fee is $150 per team. Contact Thomas on 9207105/9298520 or hicks_tm@yahoo.com for registration forms and enquiries.

Macuata

THE Macuata Netball Association will host provincial games on Saturday. Registration fee is $20.00

Nadi

A KNOCKOUT tournament will be held at Koroivolu Park on June 14 and teams that are interested in joining NNA are most welcome to contact the co-ordinator Poasa Katonivere on 7816844/9239966 or Mrs Matalulu on 9217802/7679832. Registration for the knockout is $200 per team and $100 for men's team. There will be another meeting at the Nakavu Community Hall tomorrow at 5pm.

RUGBY

Rewa

THE Rewa Rugby Union invites interested clubs that wish to compete in the scheduled club competitions for the FRU B Division series starting on June 7. All interested clubs are to contact the union president on 9905344 or make your teams available at the Lokia rugby grounds on Saturday.

SCW 7s

THE SCW 7s tournament will be held at the Suva Grammar School grounds on June 7. Entry fee is $150. Only 15 teams will be accommodated. Winner will get $1000. Contact 9000279.

VOLLEYBALL

Fiji

THE following development and national players are to prepare for the Oceania and Pacific Games. Oceania Games & Pacific Games 2014-2015.

Central Eastern — women on June 4 and men on June 5 at the Vodafone arena from 5pm-9pm. Western — one day trials for both men & women at a place and date to be confirmed soon.

National squad: Women: Teresia Vunibola (Lautoka), Clair Delai (Lautoka), Amelia Nabora (Lautoka), Katarina Cakaunitabua (Lautoka), Aliti Dokonivalu (Lautoka), Shirly Musudroka (Lautoka), Antonnia Koleta (Lautoka), Nau Aliote (Lautoka), Ela Vasconcellous (Lautoka), Illisapeci Delai (Lautoka), Ana Silimi (Nadi), Finau Mataika (Nadi), Sainimili Tora (Nadi), Repeka Lasaqa (Nadi), Sera Speed (Nadi), Juliana Turaga (Nadi), Jiko Koto (Vatuwaqa), Sereani Turova (Vatuwaqa), Vasiti Baleilomaloma (Vatuwaqa), Eta Francis (Vatuwaqa), Torika Nuku (Suva), Slivia Raituku (Suva), Ulamila Karisitiana (Suva), Laite Qoro (Suva), Marica Togayali (Suva), Tirisiane Logavatu (Suva), Anaseini Seniloli (Suva), Kasanita Rowau (Suva), Litia Gaunavouivuda (Suva), Timaima Lomani (Suva), Diana Waqavakatoga (Suva), Teresia Vocevoce (S/Forces), Masilina Waqavuka (S/Forces), Miliana Baravilala (S/Forces), Mereoni Ralulu (S/Forces), Lavenia Lewetuitovo (USP), Talica Rowaro (USP), Temalesi Talei (USP), Apolonia Tokalauvere (USP), Isabella Ratubalavu (USP), Alitia Yaya (USP), Iliseva Ratudina (Raiwaqa), Agatha Gibbons, Mere Serea, Veronica Qalo

Men: Dan Seninawanawa (Nadi), Eroni Nainima (Nadi), Tomasi Seninawanawa (Nadi), Paul Vatucawaqa (Nadi), Hanisko Moeva (Lautoka), Mesulame Matthewsella (Lautoka), Jack Tamani (Lautoka), Maciu Vunisa (Topline), Uraia Waqatabu (Suva), Aisake Raratabu (Suva), Sakiusa Boletawa (Suva), Epeli Ratabacaca (Suva), Qillu Elliot (Suva), Phillip Foster (Suva), Temipale Fong (Suva), Josefa Masilaga (Suva), Inia Korowale (Suva), Fereti Wilson (Suva), Simati(Suva),Vakacegu Walesi (Suva), Anthony Foster (Suva), Iliesa Vakaloloma (Suva), Setareki Cevaceva (Suva), Sakiusa Naivana (Kinoya), Makiti Raratabu (Kinoya), Joape Tokalauvere (Kinoya), James Wong (Kinoya), Mika Tuvoli (Raiwai), Nimilote Lua (Raiwai), Ilaitia Vakayadra (Raiwai), Neori (Raiwai), Manasa Baleilabasa (Raiwai),Isaac Lee (Raiwai), Farasiko (S/Forces), Varasiko Yalimaiwai (Nakasi), Maika (Nakasi), Mosese Cola (Raiwaqa), Vave (Raiwaqa), Sanaila Rabuku (Raiwaqa), Risiate Baba (Raiwaqa), George Snodgrass (Savusavu), Isoa (USP), Kitione Kulavere (Vatuwaqa)

Lautoka

THE Lautoka Volleyball Association competition will be played at the Yalandi courts on June 7.

The first ten men's and eight womens' teams will be accommodated. Registration fees: $20. Court fees: $10.

Votualevu

NewWorld Votualevu Mental Health Challenge Volleyball tournament will be held at the Natally ground on June 7.

Registration fee is $180 for men and $100 for women. Winners (Men)-$1000, runners-up-$400 2nd runner-up-$100. Women winner-$600; first runner-up-$300, second runner-up-$100.

The first 15 teams to register will be given lunch food vouchers, Contact: Mobile: 5716 or email: jvakadranu_79@yahoo.com or vakaliwaliwa396@gmail.com





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