SPORTS

Today’s Stars, Tomorrow’s Leaders

A total of 135 teams partici­pating in 20 sports will be competing with the univer­sal theme Today’s Stars, Tomor­row’s Leaders. Apart from the tertiary institu­tions, notable inclusions in the three-day
19 Sep 2018 11:19
Today’s Stars, Tomorrow’s Leaders
Minister for Youth and Sports, Laisenia Tuitubou.

A total of 135 teams partici­pating in 20 sports will be competing with the univer­sal theme Today’s Stars, Tomor­row’s Leaders.

Apart from the tertiary institu­tions, notable inclusions in the three-day event are APTC, Davuile­vu Theological College and Pacific Regional Seminary.

This year it has attracted teams from Fiji National University (east), FNU (west), FNU (North), University of the South Pacific (Suva), USP ( Lautoka), USP (La­basa) and Corpus Christi Teach­ers College.

The men will take part in rugby 15s, 7s, U20, touch rugby, touch rugby mix, football , futsal, bas­ketball, volleyball, beach volley­ball, netball, netball mix

The Minister for Youth and Sports Laisenia Tuitubou will of­ficially launch the International Day of University Sport and FUSA Games at the USP Gymna­sium tomorrow at 9am.

Background :

The Fiji University Sports As­sociation has been organising the Fiji University Games for local Institutions since it was estab­lished May 10, 2008. FUSA is af­filiated with FASANOC, Oceania University Sports Asssociation (OUSA) and the Federation Inter­nationale du Sports Universitaire (FISU) or International Universi­ty Sports Federation which was founded in 1949.

Fiji had been invited to partici­pate in several of the Summer World University Games which is held every two years. FUSA will be organising the International Day of University Sport to co­incide with the annual Fiji Uni­versity Sports Association (FUSA) Games.

Edited: Anasilini Natuva

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