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Sabha to hold BOG

Maikeli Seru
Monday, November 27, 2017

THE Shree Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha, Fiji, is hosting its football battle of the giants (BOG) and netball tournaments from December 2-4 at Xavier College in Ba.

It is organised by the sports wing of the sabha to coincide with the Sanatan Staphna Diwas celebration.

"Football will be played in two categories which are the open and veterans grades while netball will be played in the open grade only," the wing's acting president, Dhirendra Nand


Fourteen football open grade teams had been grouped in four pools.

In pool one are Ba, Lautoka, Nakasi and National Youth. Pool 2 has Drasa, National Brahamans and Nadi. Pool 3 - Nasinu, Suva, Varoka - Tavarau. Poolv4: Navua, Wairabetia, Votualevu, Rewa.

In the veterans division, Ba, Suva, Lautoka and Drasa are in the first pool. Makoi, Wairabetia and Nabua in the second pool.

Nand says seven branches will take part in the veterans' grade.

The netball pool draws, meanwhile, will take place on December 1 at Xavier College, Ba.

Thge tournament will end with a sports awards night at Xavier College on December 2.

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