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Boost for Kaji Rugby

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, August 13, 2014

THE Kaji Rugby organising committee received a huge increment in sponsorship for its tournament which starts next week Tuesday.

Yesterday, CJ Patel marketing director Nathan Hildebrand announced the sponsorship of $120,000, an increment of $80,000, while officially launching the Rewa Galaxy Kaji Rugby tournament.

The tournament which will end on Friday, August 22 will have 21 districts from the 360 schools taking part. Hildebrand said they were pleased to help in the promotion of healthy lifestyle among children and the development of rugby in the country.

While thanking CJ Patel for the support, Kaji Rugby organising committee president Joji Seruiratu ensured a successful tournament. He added Wainibuka and Gau were the two newcomers in this year's tournament.

Fiji Rugby Union CEO Tabualevu Radrodro said they were working on rekindling their relationship with the Kaji Rugby to ensure a richer future for the sport in the country.

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