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Primary schools netball tournament hailed a success

Serafina Qalo
Friday, August 22, 2014

THE three-day tournament of the Lewa Sewa Netters Association Fiji held in Labasa was a success.

Association president Susana Liga said despite the challenges, all went well.

"Now the players and team managements from Viti Levu know how difficult it is for those from the North who have been travelling to Suva and Lautoka for the games," she said.

"Coming to the North provided another good opportunity for those first-timers as we get to meet people and know more about this place.

"All the efforts put in by teachers and parents in preparing for this tournament has all paid off."

Liga said a lot of money was also used to prepare the teams and parental involvement has resulted in the successful tournament.

The tournament ended on Wednesday afternoon.

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