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Navosa netters ready for semi-finals competition

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

THE Navosa Netball Association club games semi-finalists have been determined following the quarter-finals over the weekend.

The semi-finals, which will be held on August 2 at Vatureba Park, will feature Namataku, Greenman, Service and Viti Mining.

Namataku, led by former Fiji rep Elenoa Vatureba and with the likes of Litiana Yacatini and Mereula Rairuku, defeated Parkers 19-16 in the quarter-final on Saturday.

Parkers had the services of national team trialists Kelera Nasita and Marica Nai.

Viti Mining with the services of Luisa Lewelewe, Alumeci Naqera and Nacewa Alumeci overcame Natuatuacoko 17-15. Natuatuacoko had some experienced Navosa players in Lowata Galo, Eseta Navuka and Litia Masi.

In the last two quarters, the Seruwaia Makutu-led Greenman defeated Nasaunivalu 23-18 while Service edged Keiyasi Blues 17-16.

Judy Kumar confirmed Namataku and Viti Mining would represent Navosa Netball in the NewWorld Suva Inter Club competition this weekend.

Kumar said they would host a mini knockout tournament on July 26 at Vatureba Park where former national skipper and coach Unaisi Rokoura would conduct a coaching clinic.

Meanwhile in the mixed grade, Salad Bowl defeated Namataku by 21-19 while Nasaunivalu overcame Tuwalu 29-24 in the men's grade.








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