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Rashneel Kumar
Monday, August 04, 2014



THE Smugglers Cove Resort-sponsored Nadi Classic Pro-Am will be played at the Nadi Airport Golf Club from August 9-10. Entry fees: $25. Contact: Munesh Prasad 9994358. The Jacks Nadi Open will be held from August 22-24. Entry fees: $60. Contact: Munesh Prasad 9994358.



TO all the NewWorld Suva Netball players in the Open and U21 Squad for Nationals, please be at training during your sessions: Open Grade: Mondays and Wednesday from 5.30-7.30pm in Court 3 at the National Netball Centre. U21: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5.30-7.30pm in Court 2 at the National Netball Centre.

NOTE: Full squad training will be on Saturday mornings at the Netball centre from 8am. For any queries please contact Tanya Vatubua on 9339531.

Rewa Delta

THE Rewa Delta Uprising netball tournament will be held in Nausori on August 30. Registration fee is $70. Winner will get $300. First 16 teams will be accommodated. Contact Vakaloloma 3561417 and Jese 8783866 for more information.


Bua Central College Bazaar 7s Rugby

THE Bua Central College Bazaar Rugby 7s tournament will be held at the Bua Central College ground on August 15-16. The first 24 teams will be accommodated with full payment of $200 registration fee. Cup Winner walks away with $2,000. Prizes also for loosing Cup finalist and other categories as well. Additionally, 8 teams will be accommodated for the U19 competition with $80 registration fee. Winner walks away with $400. Accepted forms of ID's for U-19 are Election ID cards, school ID cards with monogram and FSSRU ID's. No birth certificate and passport photo will be accepted. Registration closes on August 11. Contact tournament director Inoke Tuiwainunu on 9531250 for more information.

Ba Provincial Holdings 7s

THE Ba Provincial Holdings 7s tournament will be held at Nadovu Park in Lautoka on August 22 and 23. Registration fee is $150 and entries close on August 2. Contact Samuela Saubale on 6669534 for more details.

CMF Labasa 7s

THE CMF Labasa Rugby 7s tournament will be held from October 16 to 18. Only 40 teams will be accommodated. Entry fee is $200 per team. Prizes: Winner: $5000. Runner-up: $2000. Semi-finalists: $600. Plate Winner: $600. Runner-up: $400. Bowl Winner: $400. Runner-up: $200. Best Player: $100. Furthest travelling team: $100. Closing Date: 30th September, 2014. For more information contact Mrs Nanise Lomaloma 9228353 or Mr Esava Takirua (Jacky) 9762919.

Lomaiviti Womens

ALL interested ladies and girls of Lomaiviti or die-hard fans wanting to join the Lomaiviti Women's Rugby Club, training starts today at Albert Park ground 4 at 5.30pm. For more information contact Basha Savuro 9362595 or 3303525.

Our Lady of Assumption Parish 7s

THE tournament will be held on August 15 and 16. 32 teams will be accommodated in the 7s tournament with registration fee of $200. Cup winner $2000, runner-up $1000, plate winner $500, plate runner-up $250, bowl winner $300 and runner-up $150. Netball - in open women's grade, 24 teams will be accommodated with registration fee of $100. Winner get $600 while runner-up $300. Veteran Women's Grade (35 years above) - six teams with $100 registration fee. Winner: $400, Runner up: $200. Mixed grade (5 Men and 2 Women) - 8 teams, registration fee $100. Winner: $500, Runner-up: $250. For more information regarding this tournament please do not hesitate to contact Mr Tuicakau on 9306395 or Mr G Qoro on 9344826. We will only take the team that pays the registrations in full.

Sigatoka YB 7s

THE Sigatoka Young Boys 7s tournament will be held at Lawaqa Park on August 14. First 32 teams will be accommodated; winner takes $3500, $1500 for the runner-up. Other prizes will be on offer. Registration fee is $200. Contact Manasa on 7330120 or 9287619 for more information.

Saint Thomas 7s

THE Saint Thomas Aquinas 7s tournament will be held at the Monfort Boys Town school ground on August 29-30. The first 32 teams will be accommodated with a registration fee of $150. Cup winner takes $1500, runner-up takes $700, losing semi-finalists gets $500 each. Plate winner wins $300, runner-up $200, bowl winner pockets $150, runner-up takes $100. Registration closes on August 15. Contact Beni Rawakerei on 8461990 for more information.

Mount Saint Mary's

THE Mount Saint Mary's 7s will be played at Prince Charles Park in Nadi from October 24-25. Registration fee is $450 per team and closes on September 22. Deposit to Saint Joseph the Worker Area BSP account number: 9918307. Narration: MT ST MARY. Contact: 926 6278, 7016043.

Natovi 7s

The Natovi 7s tournament will be held at Gatward Park on August 15, 16. The first 32 teams that pays the registration fee of $200 will be accommodated. Winner takes $2000 while runner-up gets $1000. There will be prizes for plate winner and runner -up. For more information please contact Father Joe on 9050013, Leone on 87717841, Mili on 9623226.

Rewa Delta 7s

THE Rewa Delta Uprising 7s tournament will be held in Nausori on August 29 and 30. Winner will receive $1500, runner-up $700. Consolation prizes for losing semi-finalists, plate and bowl category. Only first 32 teams will be accommodated. Registration is $170 and closes on August 22. Also eight teams will be accommodated in the U20 competition. Entry fee is $100 and winner will get $600. Contact Apolosi Vakaloloma 9808465 or Kilive 8404847 or Maikali Vuloko 9025305 for more information.

Victory 7s

THE Victory 7s tournament will be held at Ratu Cakobau Park on August 8 and 9. Winner gets $3000, runner-up gets $1200. Consolation prizes for losing semi-finalists, plate category and bowl category. First 32 teams to pay entry fees of $300 will be accommodated. Registrations close on July 31. Contact Vasu Vesikula on 9376801, Maleli Kolinivala on 9476202/7625552 or Marika Naioba on 9263558.

Waimaro Circuit 7s

INVITATION to clubs wishing to join the tournament to be held at Nabukaluka District School on August 15 and 16. Entry fee is $150. Main prize is $1500 while runner-up $750. For more information contact Vasemaca 9305493, 7145375 or Rev Tomasi on 3602522 0r 7414515.


THE Yasawa High School rugby 7s and netball tournaments will be held from August 14-15. The tournaments will be played at the school ground. Entry fee: $100. Prize money: Rugby $1000 (winner), $500 (runner-up); Netball $500 (winner), $200 (runner-up). Contact: Nadumu 9434212, Principal 7821857.



THE Nadi Touch Rugby will be organising a Business House competition which will begin on August 6. Any company interested in Touch Rugby Business House, please contact Trevor Cleary on 8390199 and or Vili Siqila on 9344744.



THE Nasinu Volleyball Association knockout will be held on August 16. Registration fee is $50. Competition will be held in men's and women's category. All interested teams to contact Siliva on 7886542.


The Natovi netball and volleyball tournaments will be held at Gatward Park on August 15 and 16. The first 20 teams for volleyball and 20 teams for netball will be accommodated. Volleyball and netball winner takes $800 each. For more information contact Father Joe on 9050013, Leone on 8771841, Mili on 9623226.


THE NewWorld Votualevu Mental Health Challenge Volleyball tournament will be held at the Natally ground on August 23. Registration fee is $180 for men and $100 for women. Winners (men) $1000, runners-up $400 and second runner-up $100. Women's winner $600; first runner-up $300, second runner-up $100. The first 15 teams to register will be given lunch food vouchers. Contact mobile: 5716 or email: or vakaliwaliwa396@gmail.

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