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Top teams compete

Arin Kumar
Tuesday, June 24, 2014

ORGANISERS are not betting against or for any teams competing in the Bula FM Marist Volleyball tournament this weekend in Suva.

The pools were confirmed last week and organising committee chairman said they were anticipating a tough tournament.

Defending women's champions, Fiji Bitter Marist, led by Ana Seniloli is the top seed while last year's finalists Brewers of Vatuwaqa is in pool 2.

In the men's competition, Fiji Bitter Marist also defends the title.

Former title holders, the PDF Rebels from Raiwai, Blackhawks from Kinoya, Senibua Knights from Lautoka and Chips from Suva are targeting to dethrone Marist.

Women's Pools

Pool 1: Fiji Bitter Marist, Stingray, FEP Sisters, X Club

Pool 2: Brewers, Tribal, Vitieloma Youth, Xiorone

Pool 3: Flames, Neighbours, Heartland, Security Force 2

Pool 4: Security Force 1, Unix, Senibua Knights, Chips

Men's Pools

Pool 1: Fiji Bitter Marist, Highways, Destiny Brothers, Gambling

Pool 2: PFD Rebels, Senibua Knights, Eagles, Liberty

Pool 3: Blackhawks, Drifters, Leo, Chinatown

Pool 4: Chips, Security Force 1, Kaynian, Paradise Bevarage

Pool 5: Red Beard, Blackrock, Groundsmen, Kookai

Pool 6: Xpress Cakau Gold, Toba, Lighthouse, Nakorovou

Pool 7: Gateway Rentals Cakau, Tamavua Bullz, Giants, Vitieloma Youth

Pool 8: Fire, Redhill, X-Club, Qauia







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