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Community sports Help Combat Crime

The Wailoku Police Post in conjunction with People’s Community Network organised a sports day for the Wailoku community at the St John’s Anglican Primary School yesterday. Speaking to SUNsports, PCN
18 Apr 2017 11:00
Community sports Help Combat Crime

The Wailoku Police Post in conjunction with People’s Community Network organised a sports day for the Wailoku community at the St John’s Anglican Primary School yesterday.

Speaking to SUNsports, PCN national director Semiti Qalowasa said the sports day aims to select the 30 best players who will represent the community to the Suva rugby and netball competitions.

“The sports day is the effort of the Wailoku Police Post in trying to reach out to the people so that they can support them in combating crime,” he said.

“Also we are hopeful to select our final youth, men and women teams to represent Wailoku to the Suva competitions.

“Sixteen teams participated in the rugby sevens and netball competitions while four teams battled it out in soccer.”

Qalowasa said he was appreciative to the support shown by Government and the Wailoku Police community in taking up the initiative to host the sports day.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabaua

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