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Maciu Malo
Wednesday, April 18, 2018



THE Nadi Sports Club Knockout Business House Bowls will be held at Nadi Sports & Social Club on Friday, April 27.

Reporting time: 5pm (Registration and practice), tournament starts: 6pm.

Format: 2 Bowls- Fours, 2. Regular bowlers, 2. social bowlers, entry fee: $120- per team includes nibbles and drinks.

Prizes: $400 - winner, $200- for runner-up and $100- for 3rd and 4th place. Register team by April 25 to avoid disappointment. First 16 teams to register will compete.

Contact : , mobile no: 9333991


Vodafone U19 Youth League 2018

Southern Zone

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Fiji FA Academy, Suva: 12 noon Rewa U19 vs. Tailevu Naitasiri U19. 2pm Nasinu U19 vs. Suva U19


Fiji Open

THE Cardos Steakhouse Fiji Open Championship will be played at the Denarau Golf and Racquet Club course in Nadi from June 8-10.

Preference will be given to professionals, overseas amateurs and A Grade entries with a maximum of 12 handicap for men.

Entry fee: $300 (locals), $360 (overseas). Contact: Munesh Prasad 8352849, 7352849; Amitesh Chandra 7702084.


New Born Rugby Club Invitation netball

The New Born Rugby Club Invitation netball tournament will be held at the Muaira District School ground on April 26-27. The tournament will accommodate only 24 teams with the registration fee of $200. The winner will get $1000 and the runner-up will settle for $400. The losing semi-finalists gets $200. The best player of the tournament will get $30. Registration closes on April 20. Contact: Kitione Tabaivalu on 7162051/7698349 or Adrea Vasuitoga on 7234216


The Serua Methodist Circuit will host a netball tournament on April 26-27 at the Ratu Latianara School grounds.

Contact Jone Mataiciwa on 8427666 or Dunn on 8028040. Registration closes on April 21, 2018


Serua 7s

The Serua Methodist Circuit will host a 7s tournament on April 26-27 at the Ratu Latianara School grounds. Prizemoney: $3000. Registration fee: $300 For more information contact Jone Mataiciwa on 8427666 or Dunn on 8028040. Registration closes on April 21, 2018

Nasoroimata NewWorld Naitasiri 7s

The tournament will be held at Vanuakula catholic School ground on June 29, 30.

Only 32 men's teams, 20 women's teams and 12 U19 teams will be accomodated in the tournament.

Winner men's ($2000), runner-up $1000. Winner women's $1000. Winner U19 $1000, runner-up $500. Tournament organisers will be looking to provide other prizes.

Entry fee; $200 for men's, $120 for women's and $110 for U19 teams.

Contact: Marino nawa 9182122; Bond 9667366: Timoci 9078952/ 7440574: Mariseno 8779557


The following players have been named in the Island Chill Serua squad to prepare for its upcoming matches. Players are to contact team manager Sairusi Kunadei for any query.

Police - Adre Namalo, Tevita Rabuli, Joeli, Simione Mekemeke, Mitieli Lotawa, Petero (Lobau), Selesitino (Nakavu), Ifereimi, Rusi, Bolatolu; Duavata - Kasimiro Vua, Lasaro, Apisai, Lui; Vunibau - Jerry Babale, Emosi Bati, Fifita, Etuate Ratubuli, Navi Dela,Sakiusa, Jale Dokonivalu; Deuba - Pita Dokonivalu, Samu, Baker, Esava, Aporosa Gavidi, Epeli Labalaba, Avito Manoa, Maia, Sevanaia, Toroca, Anasa Vuidravuwalu; Waidradra - Oke, Peceli Vikitoga, Demesi Sitei, Rusiate, Ratu Aca, Samu; Lepanoni - Arana, Jolame, Seru, Jo Colaudolu, Epi; Makosoi - Peni; St John Lomary - Iosefo Kaliova, Gabiriele, Apisai Tawalo, Meli, Aborosio, Kaie, Raymond Rounds, Vilimoni Naturaga, Manu Saisai; Nakorovou - Laisiasa Coqe, Raitube Vasu, Peni Narawa, Rea, Apisalome; Culanuku - Pio Makutu, Mika Leawere, Veremo; Mau - Lario, Ilimotama, Napolioni, Vetaia, Joeli

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