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Sponsor renews 7s deal

Coral Coast 7S
Friday, July 25, 2014

Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji has renewed its sponsorship of the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast Sevens.

The five-star resort, recently recognised by Trip Advisor as the number one family resort in Australia and the South Pacific, and the best family resort in the Pacific Islands as awarded this week by a leading Australian travel publication, will be a prime partner of the tournament that will be held at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka on November 13-15.

Resort general manager Peter Hopgood said they were delighted to continue their support for a fifth consecutive year.

"We are thrilled that this fantastic event is returning to the Coral Coast," he said.

"The international teams, media and special guests attending have raised the profile of the region since it began in 2010 and we expect this will continue in the years ahead.

"Last year we were privileged to host Waisale Serevi, Ben Gollings and Sir Gordon Tietjens — three legends of sevens — and we know there will be more big names on our shores not only for the delights of the Coral Coast but also the high-quality action at Lawaqa Park."







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