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Provinces revive men's and mixed netball

Arin Kumar
Monday, July 28, 2014

MEN'S and mixed netball is being revived in Nadroga and Navosa.

Executives of the sport in the area held their annual general meeting earlier this month where new office bearers were elected to take the sport forward in the two provinces.

Sepesa Lewaniqila is the new president; Asesela Botei is the new vice president while Judy Kumar is the secretary.

Kumar said Zack Tutani was elected treasurer, Torika Vaka was elected vice treasurer, Seruwaia Makutu was elected vice secretary and Kelevi Kabuniceva was named games co-ordinator.

"Our main aim is to revive the men's and mixed netball in Nadroga and Navosa," Kumar said.

"We are looking for sponsorship to take part in the national championship in September in Nadi."







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