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CBM through

Arin Kumar
Saturday, June 21, 2014

DEFENDING champion of the Super grade, CBM I will go into next week's quarter-finals unbeaten in the Suva Netball Association competition.

However, teams in the other grades will fight it out for a spot in the quarter-finals in the final round of club games today at the National Netball Centre.

Games co-ordinator of the NewWorld-sponsored association, Tanya Vatubua said competition in all grades would have their final round of games except for the Super grade.

"The other grades all had mixed results," she said.

"We have 24 clubs this season with at least 47 teams and the competition has taken itself to another level.

"Many of the team officials have seen the results of their previous games and will all be trying to qualify for the semis, so competition will be tough."

Vatubua asked netball fans to come to the National Netball Centre and witness quality netball.

"For those who love the sport, they can come and support the favourites and we are hoping to see our National Pearls also take the courts for their club teams."





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