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Knights hope for the best

Maciu Malo
Thursday, June 19, 2014

SENIBUA Knights is hopeful for a good outings in next week's Marist volleyball tournament to be held in Suva.

Since its inception two years ago, the side has been one of the top teams in the Lautoka weekly club competition.

The side has won the three tournaments organised in Lautoka in the past month and is looking forward to the Marist tournament.

The Knights will be led by Lautoka new find this season in 22-year-old Jese Toutou who made an impression at the Vanua Challenge and Easter championship early this year.

Team official James Douglas said the club had registered a men's and women's team coached by former Fiji rep and current Lautoka coach Semi Qio.

"Our main aim for coming to the Marist tourney is for our players to get a feel of what is required to be at a tournament of this standing," he said.

"Marist is one of the champion clubs in Fiji, so if we are to gauge ourselves then this tournament is the stepping stone."

The club will feature youths from Waiyavi and will be attending the tournament for the first time.





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