Drua humble the Rebels in pre-time sport
The Fijian Drua has opened their Super Rugby pre-season marketing campaign with a 24- drubbing of the Melbourne Rebels in Nadi.
The match was played above four quarters at a occupied Prince Charles Park.
The Fijian Drua at last broke the deadlock in the third quarter and then stretched their guide to 12 points.
Heavy rain then began to slide, more impacting the ball dealing with, whilst the coaches applied the demo to test various mixtures.
Previous Fiji Sevens player Iosefo Masi and Joseva Tamani the two scored tries in the last quarter.
Basketball director self-confident of ‘high quality’ PacGames
Worldwide Basketball Federation Oceania director Amanda Jenkins has predicted that the basketball and 3×3 competitions at the 2023 Pacific Games in Solomon Islands will offer “really higher high quality and the incredibly best function doable”.
Jenkins will serve as basketball’s technological delegate through the Online games, scheduled to take position among November 19 and December 2, with obligation for both formats of the sport.
She has just frequented Honiara to satisfy area officials and perspective the projected venues to be used for the duration of the Video games.
Jenkins said there are some truly superior venues which will give a fantastic foundation for the sport in the long term.
The venue for 3×3 has not however been finalised, but Jenkins was in a position to examine venues that organisers are thinking about.
Hakena wins Australian junior tennis function
A Papua New Guinea prospect has won an below-14s tennis competitors in Australia.
The National stories Coco Hakena succeeded in the Victorian Junior Grasscourt Championship, beating regional girl Charo Brown.
Hakena, who generally competed in the Below-12 division previous yr, is component of the Oceania Tennis Federation’s junior staff touring Australia this yr.
Her mum Dianne Hasavi advised The Nationwide that Coco was progressing well in the tour, next an impressive 2022 year in junior tournaments in Australia, and topping the Less than-12 division at the Oceania junior tournament in New Caledonia.
Pacific ladies graduating from tennis leaders programme
Eight gals have been in Melbourne to graduate from the Pacific Women of all ages Leaders in Tennis programme.
The programme, identified as Tennis Australia’s Pacific Females in Tennis – Emerging on to the World Phase is supported by the Australian Government’s elite sporting activities pathways programme, PacificAus Sports.
It has the purpose of raising the pipeline of woman Pacific directors in tennis by expert improvement and networking possibilities.