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Top clubs for Navua 7s

Emoni Narawa
Tuesday, September 02, 2014

TOP sevens clubs have shown interest in participating at the New Vision 7s tournament in Navua.

The one-day event was scheduled to be held at Thomson Park this weekend. However, yesterday, the tournament organisers revealed, they had postponed the event.

Wame Ratadai, chief co-ordinator for the tournament, confirmed the news to Times Sport.

"We have shifted the event to September 13 because of the availability of ground," he said.

The Namosi Rugby Union would be using the ground for the finals.

Top clubs such as Wardens, Uprising and Police Navua have confirmed their participation.

"We have received interest from clubs such as Wardens, Police and Navua. Some teams from Navua such as Nakavu, Nakorovou Brothers and Veivatuloa have registered and are the top teams to give the favourites a good run for the prizemoney."

Ratadai said only the first 24 teams would be accommodated for the event. The winner walks away with $1000 and the runner-up pockets $500.





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