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24 teams for Nakavu 7s

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, December 01, 2017

MARIST is the favourite for the Nakavu Rugby Club 7s which gets underway at Thomson Park in Navua today.

A total of 24 teams have registered for the two-day event which coincides with the Nakavu Methodist Church bazaar.

Tournament co-ordinator Serupepeli Cagivanua said members of the Marist Old Boys Association would help them run the event.

Cagivanua said a $8000 prize pool was on offer.

"The winning team will receive $3500," he said.

"Marist is the top club that is participating. The other teams are from Navua and Tailevu. The runner-up will receive $1500. There are 13 other cash prizes for the different grades.

"We held a small tournament last year which was the testing ground for this big event. The pool matches will be completed on day one and the eliminations will be held on day two."

Entry fee is $5 for adults and $3 for children.

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