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VODAFONE FLYING FIJIANS TRAIN IN MELBOURNE

THE Vodafone Flying Fijians had two tough training sessions today out on the field in the morning and in the gym later in the afternoon. The weather temperature dropped from 17 degrees to 9 degrees today with a wind speed of 6km per hour. But just as the Fijian hospitality is always bright and sunny so were the spirits of ... Read More »

Roy Krishna and Jerry Tuwai To Lead Airline’s Birthday Celebrations in Labasa

FIJIAN sports stars Roy Krishna and Jerry Tuwai will headline Fiji Link’s birthday in Labasa this Saturday. The domestic carrier, which marks its 3rd birthday in June, is taking celebrations to the Friendly North for the second year running. The airline has planned an exciting array of activities in Saturday for Labasa residents, which include meet and greet with Krishna ... Read More »

BUA 7s TARGETS GRASSROOT LEVEL RUGBY

SPONSORS of the Bua 7s 2017, KOOKAI and BLK have taken rugby once again to the grassroot level. Bua 7s Organising Committee chairman Mr Luke Naitaka said they wanted to take rugby back to the village and start developing it from there. “We have this approach where we want to develop rugby inside which is from the village or grassroot ... Read More »

MAIA SETS OLYMPIC DATE WITH VANI by Mela Tuilevuka

JUNIOR Girls 800metres gold medalist, International Secondary School Maia Ramsden has encouraged silver medallist Vani Loloma of Adi Cakobau School to meet her at the Olympics ten years from now. Maia who returns to New Zealand in June because her father’s posting as NZ’s High Commissioner in Fiji has come to an end, hugged Loloma and told her she has ... Read More »

VUNIBOLA FINISHES STRONG by Andy Paul

STEAMING around the last bend of the Open Boys 3000m was Atama Vunibola of Wainibuka Secondary School. Despite being in the middle of the pack for the better part of the race, Vunibola knew he had more to give and finish the race strong as he passed two other runners in the last 50m to win the gold. “I saw ... Read More »

Tuvusa Steals Blue Ribbon For Natabua by Mela Tuilevuka

BOYS blue ribbon winner Shane Tuvusa of Natabua High School was an emotional wreck last night after winning the Senior Boys 100 metres final. The Natalacake Villager from Ba, said some may say he is the underdog but he was determined to win. “While at the starting block, I was confident I would win the event and I told myself ... Read More »

Coca Games 2017 Opening Ceremony Parade

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Dr Robin Mitchell Re-Elected ONOC President

The Minister for Youth and Sports Hon. Laisenia Tuitubou has congratulated Dr Robin Mitchell, who was unanimously re-elected as Oceania National Olympic Committees (ONOC) President in Nadi last week.   Dr Mitchell has been ONOC’s president since 2009 and will now serve his final term.   “I am delighted that ONOC has re-elected Dr Mitchell as President. This is not ... Read More »

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