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Lomaiviti netters receive timely boost

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, July 11, 2014

THE Lomaiviti Netball Club of Lautoka received a timely boost with Islands Electric Wholesalers giving four sets of uniforms to be used for the second round of games which starts tomorrow.

The Lomaiviti Club has four teams in the Lautoka Netball Association. The club was established in early 2000 but lasted only a few years before it was revived in 2006.

Club president Balavu Tora who has been at the helm ever since said they were grateful to Raymond Singh, the managing director of Islands Electric Wholesalers, for the kind gesture.

Tora said their players were involved in community work as well.

"Our four teams are the Lomaiviti Mights, Lomaiviti Mystics and Lomaiviti Mascots One and Two," she said.

"The Mascots are the under-15 teams. The Mights are made up of majority of the Natabua High School U17 players while the Mystics are the senior team."

Singh also gave a $500 cash donation to the club.





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