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  • Fiji Table Tennis coach Anthony Ho shares a light moment with Phillip Wing.
  • Fiji's Winston Hill connects with a roundhouse left on Stephen Newns of Scotland in their quarterfinal match.
  • Fiji's Winston Hill connects with a straight left to the chin of Stephen Newns of Scotland in their quarterfinal match.
  • Lelean Memorial  school Pita Senawanawa drives the ball against John Wesley in the secondary schools rugby league semi-final at the ANZ stadium yesterday.
  • Adi Cakobau School athletes training at ANZ Stadium yesterday.
  • Adi Maopa Secondary School athlete , Finau Mocemereke training at the Bidesi Grounds yesterday.
  • Qauia residents in Lami waiting for flood waters to recede.
  • A flooded river at Yalalevu in Ba yesterday.
  • A flooded Ba town yesterday.
  • Institute of Mission and Research (IMR) of the Pacific Theological College (PTC) project officer Moira Visloni-Raduva during an interview in Suva.
  • Jagdish Prasad cleans the silt left behind by flood waters at his neighbour?s home in Yalalevu Ba.
  • A flooded Nadi bus stand yesterday.
  • Eileen Cikamatana in tears during the playng of the national anthem.
  • Lawyer Nicholas Barnes, Fiji Times Publisher and general manager, Lawyer Wylie Clarke,  Motibhai Group sales and marketing executive Jinesh Patel and Fiji Times editor in chief Fred Wesley out side the Suva High Court yesterday.
  • The Associate Professor Sandra Tarte the Head of School of Government, Development and International Affairs at the University of the South Pacific at her office yesterday.
  • People walk across a severely damaged Nasivi Bridge in Tavua.
  • Asinate Waqa shows the spot from where she saw a body floating in the Ba River on Tuesday Afternoon.
  • Residents crossing the flooded Koronivia road in Nausori yesterday.
  • Mereilisoni Nabaro (right) with her daughter in law Virisila Musu and grandchildren Eleni Nabaro and Joveci Roqiqi junior mourn the death of her son Joveci Roqiqi at her home in Naitamusu Settlement in Ba.
  • Fiji 7s players recuperate at the RACV Royal Pine Resort pool after a hectic training session in Carrara, Australia. From back left, Josua Vakurinabuli, Samisoni Viriviri, Kalione Nasoko, Paula Dranisinukula, Mesulamu Kunavula, Jasa Veremalua, Eroni Sau and Semi Kunatani.