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Serafina Silaitoga
Thursday, August 21, 2014

Parents support

THE support from parents has been outstanding at the Fiji Primary Schools Netball Association held in Labasa.

Parents were among their children cheering for their different teams that have played in the three-day tournament.

Kadavu fans

OUTSTANDING cheer at the Fiji Primary Schools Netball Association could go to the fans of Kadavu and Nadroga who made use of the traditional "tauvu" links.

While Kadavu fans cheered, "na ose boi levu"(the stink horse), those from Nadroga responded, "na me kumi duka" (the goat with a dirty beard).

Good money

WOMEN of Macuata made good use of the Fiji Primary School Netball Association competition selling food and beverages at the ground.

Different stalls had various food from seafood, cakes, lovo and curry. For these women it was another chance to earn good money.

Better refereeing

THE performance of the referees at the primary schools netball has been applauded. Perfection, skillful and unique fair decisions were displayed by the referees.

Parents at the grounds thanked the referees for a job well done.

Host praised

MACUATA, host of the 2014 primary schools netball competition have been described as good organisers. National president Susana Liga said the hosts did a good job considering it was the first in the North.

"We always have it in Viti Levu but now that it has come to North, we take our hats off to the Macuata and Northern organisers," she said.





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