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SPORTS NOTEBOOK

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

BODYBUILDING

Mr West

THE Mr West bodybuilding championship would be held at the FNU Theatre in Namaka this Saturday. Pre-judging is from 10am to 12noon and the final would be from 5pm to 9pm. Entry fee for competitors is $10 and entry fee for spectators is $7. Contact Tui Valentine (Nadi) on 9961184 or Patrick (Suva) on 9303644.

GOLF

Ba

THE Amins Insurance Services-sponsored four players Ambrose tournament will be held at the Ba Golf Club course on June 15. Entry fees 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.

NETBALL

Nasinu

THE following players have been selected to represent the Fiji Gold Nasinu Netball Association in the Inter District Championship 2014 and should report for training at the ANZ Stadium today at 5.30pm. Please be advised that our Inter-Province will be held this Friday at 5.30pm. All clubs are requested to attend. Should you need clarification, please do not hesitate to call Una on 9979599.

Open Team: Vaiti Waqatabu, Alesi Waqa, Temumu Moce, Makelesi Mulevoro, Afa Rusivakula, Ana Rusivakula, Wasela Roko, Taraima Mitchell, Esiteri Bulikiobo, Arieta Tabisa, Ekari Waqa, Avila, Lani Tuisasa, Seruwaia Vonolagi, Luse Kotobalavu, Ilisabeta, Unaisi Kaveni, Vilisi Yabaki, Mereseini Wala, Kinisimere Naisara, Vika Komai, Sainiana Ledua, Lavenia Vuniwaqa, Sala Naivalurua, Alena Diqoli, Litiana Saukawa, Mere Tupou, Miriama Radiniwaimaro, Lolo (Raiona), Salome (Raiona), Seini Vunibaka, Milika Kolinisau, Fugawai, Kelera, Sereana Bulou Lesli, Mere Tiqe, Lo, Lili, Palu, Kasanita, Karolina, Rigi, Mereani (Swifters), Esiteri, Joana, Yvonna, Unaisi Tawake, Di Buli, Ana B, Tiko, Vunisa, Kini, Ledua (Covenant), Sulita Duruatalo

U21: Lana V, Eseta, Mereani Tupou, Akanisi Drikibau, Mei, Loraini, Karalaini (Raiona), Asenaca (Falcon), Flavia (Falcon), Mele (Falcon), Asenaca (Covenant), Meri Kolinisau, Merewalesi Kolinisau, Raijieli Rabitu, Yvonna Vaka, Apikali Tukana, Bau Tukana, Jane Soso, Kelera (ACS), Lusi, Lusi (Tailevu), Olly, Paulini, Siteri Jane, Bulou Lesly, Keresi Bokadi, Marica Bukarau, Alisi

Wairiki (Bua)

THE Wairiki Logging Ltd-sponsored tournament will be held at Wairiki Village Ground in Bua on June 27. All interested teams are to contact 9721713 or 8381176 or 9216840 or 7548091 for more details. The first 8 teams to pay their $80 registration fees will be allowed to participate.

RUGBY

Wairiki 7s

THE Wairiki Logging Limited 7s tournament will be held on June 27 and 28 at the Wairiki (Bua) Village grounds. Entry fee is $200 and prizemoney is $2000. Prizes also for plate and bowl winners. There will also be a competition for netball, volleyball and U18 rugby. Contact 9721713 or 8381176 or 8460004 or 9216840.

SQUASH

SQUASH For Fun continues this Saturday from 9am at Defence Club courts. Beginners, juniors and coaching sessions for interested players to be ready in time for tournament scheduled from July 7-12 followed by AGM and launching of new logo. For details contact 9264322/9929287 or email squashfiji@zoho.com

VOLLEYBALL

Fiji

TRIALS for national training squad members only will be held in Nadi at the AFL hard courts, Natally, Namaka from 1.30pm-6pm on Saturday. All who missed trials in Suva can attend. Trials/program for development squad will be held at a later date.

Wairiki (Bua)

THE Wairiki Logging Ltd sponsored tournament will be held at Wairiki Village ground in Bua on June 27. All interested teams (both men and women) are to contact 9721713 or 8381176 or 9216840 or 7548091 for more details. The first 8 teams to pay their $80 registration fees for each category will be allowed to participate.





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