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Central police wives receive timely boost

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, September 04, 2014

THE Central Police Wives Association received a boost ahead of the Fiji Police Wives Tournament in Lautoka next month.

Wesram Finance handed the association $500 to cover some travel expenses to the West. The annual tournament features the five divisions battling it out for top honours in netball and volleyball.

Wesram Finance manager Ashwini Singh said it was an honour to assist the association.

"We are glad to work with Central Police and hope that the team will do well and bring back both the netball and volleyball titles," Singh said.

Officer in Charge of the Central Command Centre ASP Iliesa Bolabiu said the money would boost their preparations towards the upcoming tournament.

"This is one time where our wives can take time out from their everyday activities and enjoy a day of sports with the police wives from around the country," ASP Bolabiu said.

"The assistance from Wesram will enable the players to focus more on training for the upcoming tournament," he added.





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