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Squash talent search

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, June 08, 2014

SQUASH Fiji's search for upcoming talent reached Savusavu yesterday.

National coach Isimeli Cerelala hosted a tournament at the Planters Club in Savusavu yesterday as the hunt for future national reps continues.

Cerelala said their immediate aim was to get players who could represent the country at the Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea next year.

"We are trying to fast track our development program. We have been holding coaching clinic to identify team for the Pacific Games in 2015," he said.

"We have our selection panel with Dennis Fong and Eddie Roxburgh part of the panel and we will be sending two potential players to Noumea at the end of month."

Cerelala said the Carpenters (Fiji) Limited-sponsored Squash Fun Day which started last month was a huge success and would be held every week at Defence Club in Suva.








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