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Fiji Day Cup Battle

The Australian Football League (AFL) Fiji will have their Fiji Day Cup on October 10. “This event will give children aged 15 and younger the opportunity to compete in Australian
02 Oct 2014 12:32
Fiji Day Cup Battle
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The Australian Football League (AFL) Fiji will have their Fiji Day Cup on October 10.

“This event will give children aged 15 and younger the opportunity to compete in Australian Rules football,” AFL Fiji development officer Jack Toebelman said.

“This day is the start of many great opportunities for juniors to represent Fiji in the Oceania Cup in December.

“I am calling all those who are interested in playing for their country and a chance to travel to Australia to come to Albert Park for training before playing in the Fiji Day Cup.”

There will be training sessions for people aged between 15 and younger every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:30pm.

Fiji will play Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Nauru, Papua New Guinea and Tonga in the week-long tournament. The Fiji Day Cup will be held at Suva Grammar School from 10am to 4pm and there will also be teams from the Western Division.

Feedback:justine.mannan@fijisun.com.fj

 



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