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7s event launches text promotion

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, July 04, 2014

THE organisers of the Mount Saint Mary's 7s tournament officially launched their text promotion on the Digicel platform in partnership with Fiji Airways yesterday.

The promotion will be used to raise funds for the capital projects to be carried out at the Mount Saint Mary's Primary School.

The winner of the text St Mary to 170 promotion will receive a return air ticket to Auckland and $1000 spending money.

The Mount Saint Mary's 7s tournament will be played at Prince Charles Park in Nadi from October 24-25.

The tournament has a total prize purse of $10,000.

A total of 64 teams are being targeted and there will also be categories for women's and veteran's clubs as well.

Nakovocake won the tournament in 2011, Red Rock won it in 2012 and Tale Barbarians won it last year.

The other sponsors for the tournament are Westpac Bank, Post Fiji, Rosie Holidays, Nadi Town Council, Marist Rugby Club, Smugglers Cove Resort, DRUA/One Proof Design, Fiji Broadcasting Corporation, Fiji Times and ACC Quantum Energy.





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