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The weekend sports draws

Maikeli Seru
Friday, November 03, 2017



THE Metal Works Fiji Ltd 18 holes stroke event will be played at the FSC Rarawai golf course on Sunday. Tee-off: 11am. Entry fee: $10.

Starters/cards: Asish Chand, Rohit Chandra. Match committee: Vishwa Nadan, Raven Kumar, Rajen Singh.


The Lautoka Golf Club will host Round 2 of the Geotech Drilling International Services Ltd-sponsored 18 holes individual stroke event on Saturday.

To be played in A, B, C grades. Tee-off from 12.30pm - 1.30pm. Starters - Suren Pillay/ Gaffar Ali. Cards - Manwal Ajay/ Lawrence Naidu. Match - Bill Gardiner / Raymond Singh. Prize presentation - Gary Barnett / Abdul Kalim.

The Official 2017 Geotech Drilling International Services Ltd-sponsored season opening will be staged on Saturday, November 11.

Contact: Raymond Singh - 6668188 or Gaffar Ali - 9789235.


The International Netball Festival will be held at the Lautoka Multipurpose Courts from December 2-5.

Interested umpires are to email Jona Saturu on or call 8359438 or Moape Vu on 9184050. Umpires outside Lautoka need to arrange own accommodation.


Dawasamu 7s

Date: Friday, November 24 - 25. Venue: Dawasamu Secondary School ground. Entry fee: $200. Cup winner $2000.

Cup runner-up: $1000. Cup semi-finalists: $200. Plate winner: $500. Plate runner- up: $200. Plate semi-finalists: $100. Bowl winner: $300. Bowl runner-up: $100.

Bowl semi-finalists: $50. Closing entry date: Saturday - November 18. Contact: Epeli Lagiloa - 9081441 / Meli Rareba-9082849.


Delailoa 7s at Marcellin Primary School on December 8-9.

Prizemoney: cup winner - $5000, runner-up - $1000. Semi-finalists - $500. Plate winner - $450, runner-up - $350. First 48 teams. Registration fee $350. Contact Rusiate Vulaono Delailoa 8668403, Nasoni Mereke 8934301.

Mana Whey Coral Coast 7s

The Mana Whey Fiji Coral Coast Sevens qualifying tournament - The Final Four will be held on December 1-2. Entries welcome now. Contact Jay White 929 7337 to register your team


THE Nakelo Development 7s will be played at the Nakelo District School ground on November 10, 2017. Registration fee: $50. Contact: Navitalai Naivalu 7206417.

Tabadamu 7s

Venue: Thomson Park, Navua on November 18. First 24 teams. First prize: $3000. Runner-up: $1000. Registration fee :$300 per team.

Prizes also for losing semi-finalists, quarter-finalists, plate and bowl categories. Six women's rugby team required.

Registration fee: $200. 12 netball teams required. Registration fees: $150. First prize : $500. Six mixed netball teams required. Registration fee: $200. First prize: $600. Contact: Eneriko Cakaunivalu - 9189986 / 7233355 / 9009618.


The Fiji Hotel Volleyball Association meeting will be held at the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa, Nadi, tomorrow - November 4.

Hoteliers participating in the tournament in Labasa are requested to attend. Registration fees and passage fare will be collected. Contact Jack Stark on 9993568 or Salote Naisua on 9628140.


Kinoya Volleyball Association knockout competition at Savai Courts on tomorrow, November 4 starting at 9am. Contact Joeli Dulaki on 9789331.

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