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Tattersalls Fiji sponsors sports award event

Thursday, February 08, 2018

Update: 1:32PM TATTERSALLS Fiji was today officially announced as the presenting partner and major sponsor of the 2017 sports awards to be held next month.

This after Tattersalls Fiji today presented a $30,000 contribution towards the Fiji Sports Awards.

The sports awards will recognise the contribution of athletes, administrators, coaches, volunteers and sports photographers with 11 category awards up for grabs.

While confirming their partnership today, Tattersalls Fiji executive director Graeme Brown said it was an honour to help support the development of sports in the country.

Tattersalls Fiji will also have naming rights to the Fiji Sportsman and Sportswoman awards.

The 2017 Fiji Sports Awards will be held on March 2 at the newly-renovated FMF Gymnasium.

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