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Pravin Narain
Wednesday, November 08, 2017


U16 Youth League 2017


Pacific Theological College grounds, Suva

10am- Nasinu U16 vs. Tailevu Naitasiri U16

12midday Suva U16 vs. Rewa U16

2pm- Navua U16 vs. Northland Tailevu U16

Tagitagi Sangam Primary School, Tavua

1pm- Tavua U16 vs. Nadroga U16

Nadi Sangam Primary School, Nadi

1pm- Nadi U16 vs. Lautoka U16

Muanidevo Primary School, Dreketi

10am- Bua U16 vs. Savusavu U16

12midday Nadogo U16 vs. Seaqaqa U16

2pm Dreketi U16 vs. Labasa U16

Women Senior League 2017

Fiji FA Academy grounds, Suva

10am- Suva Women vs. Lami Women

12midday Rewa Women vs. Tailvu Naitasiri Women

2pm- Navua Women vs. Nasinu Women

Tagitagi Sangam Primary School. Tavua

3pm- Tavua Women vs. Ba Women

Nadi Sangam Primary School, Nadi

3pm- Nadi Women vs. Lautoka Women (Round 1)

Valelawa Primary School ground, Dreketi

1pm- Dreketi Women vs. Seaqaqa Women

Nasavusavu Secondary School, Savusavu

1pm- Savusavu Women vs. Labasa Women


Delainarona 7s Rugby

The tournament will be played at the Garvey Park in Tavua from November 17-18. Only 32 teams will be accommodated in the tournament. The registration fee is $300. The winner will walk away with $7000 prizemoney. For more information contact Filipe Turaga on 9991548/ 8737897/ 7352355

Uro Kadavu 7s

The tournament will be played from December 7-9 at Namalata Central School ground in Kadavu. The registration is $500 per team. The winner will get $10,000 in the tournament. For more information contact Lice on 7869832/ Diama on 7803952

Botenaulu Rangers tournament

The Botenaulu Rangers rugby and netball tournaments will be held at Muaira District School ground in Lutu, Wainimala, Naitasiri from December 7-8. The first 32 rugby teams to pay their registration fees of $300 and 16 netball teams to pay their $100 registration fees by December 1 will be accommodated. Prizemoney: Winner: $3000 while the runner-up will get $1500 in rugby. Netball winner will receive $500 and runner-up: $250. For more information contact Kelioni Senivutu on 9548835/ 7329677 or Keverieli Rokoleba on 9273220.

Nakavu 7s tournament.

Tournament to be held at Thomson Park Navua on December 1-2. Entry fee for 7s tourney $300, 32 teams only. Top prize -$3500. Contact Serupepeli Bue on 8654123

Vutia District School 7s

Will be held on December 1-2 at the Vutia District School ground. Only 32 teams will be accommodated. Entry fees: $200 per team. Prizemoney: Cup winner - $2000 plus trophy; runner-up - $800; Plate winner - $400 plus shield; runner-up - $200. Bowl winner - $300; runner-up - $200. Third place - $250. Fourth place - $200. Important notice: The above prizemoney will accompany other consolation prizes. Deposit of half the total registration fee and above ($100+) will only be accepted but non-refundable. Closing date for registration: November 18 at 4pm. Contact: Etika Koroi - 9522413; Sela Simione 9858959

Congo Waimanu 7s

After a lapse of 20 years , the Congo Waimanu 7s is back and will host its tournament at Ratu Cakobau Park from January 26-27, 2018. Prizemoney $5000. First 48 team to pay $500 will be accommodated. Contact: Jo Naiteqe 8670635/Sitiveni Cagi 8069251/Litia Naiteqe 8708828

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