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Kinisi: Pay registration fees early

Maciu Malo
Friday, February 09, 2018

TEAMS wishing to compete in this year's Fiji Bitter Nawaka 7s need to pay their registration in full to avoid disappointment, says Nawaka Rugby Club president Jioji Kinisi.

He said the same rule applied to teams in the under-19, oldies and the main competition.

Kinisi said the organisers were overwhelmed with the responses received for this year's event.

"We are requesting all teams that had declared an interest in participating in this year's tournament to please settle their registration fees at the earliest," he said.

"As for now, the interest in the U19 and oldies category has surpassed the required numbers by 40-55 per cent.

"We will be checking on Friday (today) and the ones that have settled their fees would be confirmed and the rest will have to be entered on the standby list.

"For the main category, we only have nine more spots that need to be filled and we are quietly confident that this will be snapped up by Friday (today) as well."

Kinisi requested team officials to cooperate with the organisers on the above issue.

"We would be commencing on the next stage from next week and teams that haven't been able to make the cut will be advised accordingly," he added.

Top teams such as First Light Taveuni, McDonald's Saunaka, Ratu Filise, Police, Army, Wardens, Uluinakau, and Yamacia are some of the top contenders for the two-day tournament.

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