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Vodafone renewal of FNRL sponsorship

Vodafone Fiji today announced its new sponsorship of $4million to the Fiji National Rugby League. Speaking at today’s press conference, Vodafone CEO, case Aslam Khan congratulated the FNRL for its consistency and hard work. “Vodafone is happy with the way FNRL has performed over the years. Their excellent work has resulted in the boys’ performance at the League World Cup, ... Read More »

Coastal great eight rugby sevens

  An increased number of 32 teams will play at the Coastal Great Eight Sevens in Sigatoka next weekend. Tournament Director, Jay Wyte, said tournament organizers were compelled to expand the tournament because more teams were interested in the tournament. “There has been phenomenal interest in this year’s Coastal Great Eight tournament and and as a result we have expanded ... Read More »

Masters Classic Tournament

The Suva Masters Football Club of Suva is organizing the inaugural Master Classics football tournament at the ANZ Stadium from the October 24th -26th. The theme of the event is “Promote Healthy Living through Sports.” It will feature former national and district soccer reps of yester years. Club chairman, George Brown said origins of the tournament came about after keen ... Read More »

Two Fijians among GPS rugby champions in Australia

One of the best elite schoolboy rugby in Australia, namely the Greater Public Schools rugby competition or GPS rugby, featured two Fijian students in this year’s winning premiership rugby team. The Scots College in Bellevue Hill, Sydney, won the premiership after 23 years. The students Isileli Fa playing prop and Sam Tabuatamata playing on the wing were part of the ... Read More »

Fiji to host global golf tournament

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama today announced plans to stage Fiji’s largest and most prestigious sporting event – the Fiji International. Making the announcement alongside the Professional Golfers Association of Australia, PM Bainimarama said that the signing of the MOU is a significant moment for Fiji because it demonstrates that the PGA has faith in Fiji’s ability to host a major ... Read More »

Battle of the Bati

                                                                                             By Paulini Curusara “Please come out in numbers to support the Fiji Bati team to the World Cup.” Those were the words echoed by the skippers of the Vodafone Fiji Bati League teams as they prepare to play against each other in tomorrow’s Vodafone “Battle of the Bati” clash. The captains of the Vodafone Fiji Resident and Overseas Fijians ... Read More »

FIFA World Cup trophy: some interesting facts

Coca-Cola, for the first time ever, is bringing the FIFA World cup trophy to Fiji. The FIFA World Cup trophy is 36.8cm (14.5 inches) high, 6,175g (13.61 pounds) heavy, and made of 18-carat gold. Recent estimates value it to be over US$10 million. Security is very tight for the whole tour and the trophy cannot be over an hour away ... Read More »

FIFA World Cup trophy Tour

Coca-Cola Amatil (Fiji) Limited announces that the FIFA World Cup ™ Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola ® will arrive in Fiji next week. In a news up-date from FIFA today, the 9-Month global FIFA World Cup ™ Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola ® will visit 89 countries now.  Of which 52 markets will be hosting the FIFA World Cup ™ Trophy Tour ... Read More »

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