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Still no meeting

Maciu Malo
Sunday, August 31, 2014

THE Fiji Rugby Union top brass were disappointed with the low turnout at the AGM at Talenavuruvuru in Sigatoka yesterday.

FRU CEO Radrodro Tabualevu said the meeting didn't eventuate because of no quorum.

"We are still unable to get the quorum and from the governance point of view we are disappointed," he said.

"One of the agendas of the meeting is to review the constitution on the required 40-member delegates quorum.

"This issue has been a challenge for some time now.

"We have decided to hold a special general meeting to revise the quorum requirements."

Tabualevu, however, stated the outcome of the meeting failed to interrupt the operations of the rugby house.

"From the operation point of view its business as usual," he said.

"All scheduled rugby tours planned like the Flying Fijians end-of-the- year Europe tour, the Fijiana 7s team — Hong Kong tour and Vodafone 7s team IRB 7s series are confirmed.

"Likewise for all other local competitions," he added.

The AGM was to coincide with the first HFC Bank Farebrother Trophy challenge.

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