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Courts commits $120,000 towards IDC

Rewa in action against Lautoka at the 2014 Courts IDC Tournament. (Photo: Fiji FA)

By Rashid Ali Courts has committed $120,000 towards the Inter District Championship making it the largest sponsorship for any tournament offered to the Fiji Football Association. Speaking at the 2015 Courts IDC Pool Draw in Ba today, Director of Marketing Anil Senewiratne said their “principal aim of this sponsorship is to uplift the standards of football in the country”. This ... Read More »

FIJI WELCOMED TO RUGBY WORLD CUP 2015 AT HAMPTON COURT PALACE

LONDON, ENGLAND - The Fiji 2015 World Cup Rugby Union squad pose for pictures outside Hampton Court Palace following thier official welcoming Ceremony on September 10, 2015 in London, England.  (Photo by Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for ER2015)

Today Fiji were the first team to be welcomed to Rugby World Cup 2015 during their official Welcome Ceremony at Hampton Court Palace in London. The ceremony marked the arrival of the team ahead of the start of their Rugby World Cup 2015 campaign at Twickenham on September 18, when they face England in the opening match of the Tournament. ... Read More »

Ratu Kadavulevu wins Deans title

RKS defeated MBHS 8-5 at the 2015 Coke Zero Deans final this afternoon.

It’s been ten years since Ratu Kadavulevu School hoistered the Deans Trophy, the holy grail of secondary school rugby. Marist Brothers High School, on the other hand, last tasted victory in 1978. This afternoon the young men from Delainakaikai extinguished the Marist fire in a hard fought 8-5 victory during the Coke Zero Deans final. Ratu Kadavulevu was awarded a ... Read More »

Fiji to play international friendly

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The Vodafone National Football team will play two friendly International matches this month against Tonga and American Samoa. The side will first host Tonga National football team on 19th August at Govind Park in Ba before playing American Samoa at Prince Charles Park in Nadi on 27th of this Month. The Fiji FA National Team Director Taranesh Reddy said they have accepted ... Read More »

Rugby league legend is Toyota’s new brand ambassador

Rugby league star Petero Civoniceva with Asco Motors Acting CEO Ronal Kumar.

Asco Motors yesterday launched its most exciting sponsorship yet, its association with Rugby League Legend and former Fiji Bati captain Petero Civoniceva and his foundation. The Petero Civoniceva Foundation is a charity that aims to harness the power of sport to inspire communities and transform lives by developing pathways and providing opportunities for young people to achieve their potential through ... Read More »

Historic win secures Fiji’s place in Rio Olympics

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The Vodafone Fiji Under 23 team has qualified for Rio 2016 after beating Vanuatu 4-3 in the Oceania Football Confederation Olympic Qualifier final last night at Sir Hubert Murray Stadium in Port Moresby. Jale Dreloa, converted the critical final spot kick in a penalty shoot out to secure the win for Fiji after both teams had a scoreless tie after full time and ... Read More »

Fiji to contest Vanuatu in Olympic final

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Fiji U23 soccer team will now play Vanuatu in the Olympic qualifier final tonight. The Oceania Football Confederation Disciplinary Committee has upheld a protest lodged by the Vanuatu Football Federation against New Zealand Football following the OFC Men’s Olympic Qualifying Tournament Semi-Final on Friday 10 July. In accordance with Article 7 of the Regulations Governing the Application of the Statutes, ... Read More »

Cricket Fiji Women ruthless against the Cooks on Day ONE

Cricket Fiji women

The Cricket Fiji senior women’s side have sent out an ominous warning on Day 1 of the Pacific Games competition, comprehensively dismantling the Cook Islands bowling and batting attack. Fiji lost the toss and were sent into bat, proving a lucky move as the Fijian upper order raced to 42-2 off just 6 overs. It didn’t stop there, by the ... Read More »