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V'ball tournament confirmed

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

THIRTY-TWO men's and 16 women's teams have confirmed their participation in the BulaFM Marist Volleyball tournament which will be held next weekend.

The lucrative tournament to be played on June 27 and 28 at the Fiji Sports Council Complex in Laucala Bay will have more than $10,000 in prize money.

The winner in the men's grade will receive $4000 while $3000 goes tot he winner in the women's grade.

Organisers have requested the registered teams to pay the registration fee in full by June 20.

The tournament will be facilitated by 170 volunteers and interested candidates to be present at the Marist Rugby Club on Wednesday, June 24 for briefing at 5.30pm.

Chairman of the organising committee Viliame Katia said the volunteers would be given free t/shirts and four meals for two days.

"Referees briefing will start from Monday, June 23 at 5.30pm. All referees are requested to be at the Marist Rugby Club. The managers briefing at MRC is on June 26 at 6.30pm."

For more clarification, please call Katia on 7165013 or email

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