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Volleyball plans for 2015 games

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, July 30, 2014

THE Fiji men's volleyball coach Kenny Lidise is calling on the players named in the national team for the 2015 Pacific Games preparation to attend a meeting this Saturday.

The meeting will be held after training session which will start at 8.30am at the National Beach Volleyball Centre in Laucala Bay.

Lidise said the national team management would discuss the training schedules among other preparation plans.

"During the meeting, we will be briefing players on our goals and what we expect from them," Lidise said.

Team - Qillu Elliot, Epeli Ratabacaca, Jack Toutou, Hanisoko Moeva, George Snodgrass, Taniela Seninawanawa, Uraia Waqatabu, Inia Korowale, Maika Qiolevu, Farasiko Livai, Vakacegu Walesi, Iliesa Makasiale, Jope Tokalauvere, Mosese Cola, Tomasi Seninawanawa, Paul Strauss, Sanaila Rabuku, Paula Makario, Josefa Masilagi, Sakiusa Boletawa, Temipale Finau, Ilaitia Vakayadra, Isaac Lee, Philip Foster.








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