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U18 hockey names team

Arin Kumar
Tuesday, July 01, 2014

THE Fiji Hockey Federation has confirmed their travelling Fiji U18 girl's squad for the Youth Olympic Games that would be held in Nanjing, China in August.

It was also revealed that the 12-member travelling squad of the Fiji men's U18 7s side would be revealed later this week.

Fiji U18 girls hockey coach Tai Smith said they held their final selection last weekend and some injuries allowed them to make the final decision.

"National rep Lala Ravatu who led the girls to the qualification tournament in Vanuatu retains the captaincy role while Adi Wainikiti Naselesele will be the vice-captain," she said.

"Others in the squad are Lora Bukalidi, Tiara Dutta, Taraivini Bennion, Temo Pasemaca Tikoitoga, Ro Lavenia Ratumaimuri, Ro Miriama Silatolu, Ateca Tinaisalasalavonu, and Tailah Ah Yuk, Latileta Williams, Kerryanne Candy and Terenga Tominiko are the non-travelling reserves."

Meanwhile, the Fiji U18 7s squad has revealed 17 names from which 12 travelling and five non-travelling reserves would be named: Alipate Qaraniqio, Tailiki Failagi Quinto Nadredre, Eminoni Naqionitoga Vuidravuwalu, Ratu Epeneri Uluiviti, Filimoni Nawabalavu, Filipe Nasilasila Qoro, Iosa Katiantini, Josaia Cokaibusa, Joseva Vaughan Sadreu Rauga, Navitalai Navuni Ralawa, Waisea Daroko, Jacob Waqanivalu, Sailasa Powell, Penitiko Yauvoli, Sakenasa Karatu, Semi Tubacule, Timoci Love Tawake Meya.





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