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Tulele: It will help reps

Pravin Narain
Tuesday, October 31, 2017

FIJI beach volleyball players will participate in next month's local competition in the buildup for the 2017 Pacific Mini Games in Vanuatu from December 4-15.

Fiji beach volleyball director Josese Tulele said the tournament would help the national team to prepare thoroughly for the Pacific Mini Games.

"We will be organising one tournament later next month where the national team players will be competing before they take part in the Pacific Mini Games," he said.

"It is good for them to gauge their performance.

"We have not decided the dates for the tournament yet."

Fiji will be represented by Inia Koroiwale and Qilu Elliot in the men's competition, while Laite Nima and Iliseva Ratudina will compete in the women's grade.

The competitions will be played in Suva.

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