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Keep The Sukuna Bowl Spirit Alive

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) sporting contingent to the annual Ratu Sukuna Bowl Challenge were blessed at a special church service at Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Nabua yesterday.
16 Oct 2017 11:00
Keep The Sukuna Bowl Spirit Alive
Assistant Commissioner of Police Aisake Tudravu makes a challenge while shaking hands with Fiji Military Forces Commander Commodore Viliame Naupoto. Photo:Jone Luvenitoga

The Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) sporting contingent to the annual Ratu Sukuna Bowl Challenge were blessed at a special church service at Queen Elizabeth Barracks in Nabua yesterday.

RFMF church minister Reverend Major Ilaitia Tuwere urged the contingent to play to their best, enjoy the moment and keep the Sukuna Bowl spirit alive.

“Winning isn’t everything in life but a battle well-fought on every frontier,” he said.

“The Israelites have taught us during their exodus from the land of Abraham to Canaan, enduring the difficulties they face but keeping their faith intact throughout the journey is something we need to learn from.

“It is only through their dedication to their leader, honesty and faithfulness as the virtue where goals are achieved.”

Victory, Reverend Tuwere says, is given to those who have these qualities.

“It’s not only about the games but your personal lives dedicated to your spouses, your children, being upholders of moral laws and prosperity to the people and government you serve where you become a winner in your own way.”

Joint committee chief-of-staff officer operations Major Lepani Damuni said the competition starts this afternoon with boxing at the Police Academy Hall in Nasova.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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