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West trials for national volleyball squad

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, June 14, 2014

SELECTED volleyball players from the Western Division will attend trials at the Airports Fiji Limited hard courts in Namaka, Nadi today in their bid to claim a spot in the national side.

The trials are being held to select players to represent the nation at the upcoming Oceania Games and the 2015 Pacific Games in Papua New Guinea.

Fiji Volleyball Federation West official Dan Vakadranu said the trials would start at 1.30pm.

"In the women's there are a total of 17 players, 11 from Lautoka and six from Nadi," Vakadranu said.

"In the men's there are nine players, five from Nadi, three from Lautoka and one from Topline. The trials will be conducted by Fiji Volleyball development officer Kenneth Lidise."

Registration will begin at 1pm.








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