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Brand for primary schools netball

Serafina Silaitoga
Thursday, August 21, 2014

THE Fiji Primary Schools Netball Association is now officially known as the Lewa Sewa Netters Association Fiji.

National president Susana Liga said the change came about after they saw the need to sell the brand of the Fiji Primary Schools Netball Association.

"So we are now known as the Lewa Sewa Netters Association Fiji," she announced at the closing of the three days competition last night in Subrail Park in Labasa.

"We need to sell our brand especially as we have chosen a team to represent us in New Zealand in October this year.

"The skills of our young netters gets better and better and we need to show the world that we have good young players in Fiji."

Liga said the national team selected were members of different school teams from around the country.

"We have a vision to expose our girls to higher levels of netball games so we are looking at involving our girls in regional competitions," she said.

"Those are our plans and we need to have a vision so that our young netters can go a long way.

"The Lewa Sewa is now a brand we need to show the world and take to other regions."

Liga said a lot of development plans had been discussed by her executives.

"And we take our hats off to all our primary school teachers who have assisted in making the primary school netball competitions a success," she said.

"We also take this time to thank parents for their support over the years."





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