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Naidrodro to participate in hockey competition

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, June 28, 2014

NAIDRODRO will spice up the Lautoka Hockey Association tournament at the Nadovu ground today. The club from Ba has been part of the Lautoka competition for many years.

Association executive Martin Coffin said the first tournament of the season would start this afternoon after being postponed last Saturday because of time constraints.

Coffin said the tournaments would be held weekly.

"We expect the clubs from Nadi to join the competition next week," he said.

"The season will open on a high note with Naidrodro kindly accepting our invitation to compete in our competition again. Unfortunately the clubs from Nadi cannot make it this time however they will be coming from next week.

"The games will be played for a duration of 30 minutes with two 15 minute spells. To help the secondary schools from Lautoka and Nadi, we have slotted trial matches for them in our schedule.

"There will be minimal entry to the venue with adults paying $1 and 50 cents for primary and secondary school students."

The men's division Pool A includes Naidrodro, Blue Star and Falcons. Pool B has Mates, Rockefellers and Topline.

Marist, Tokalau and Blue Star will play in the women's round robin competition.

Matches will start at 12.30pm.





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