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Uprising Fiji International 7s have decided to call off the tournament in January 2014 because of the scheduling of the IRB Las Vegas 7s. The US tournament will be held on the same date as the Uprising 7s event on January 24-25. As a result of this
As a result, the Consumer Council of Fiji has called on consumers to carefully check food items before buying them. CEO Premila Kumar said the 257 traders were found breaching food safety regulations knowing the food items had expired, damaged, ro¡
This was confirmed to Times Sport by tournament organiser Culden Kamea. The island side delayed the confirmation of their participation after seven of their players were rushed to the Tupua Tamasese Meaole Hospital following a road accident last
Flying Fijians head coach Ilivasi Tabua will guide the Brisbane-based Island Breeze team at the 2012 Uprising Fiji International 7s Festival in Suva next weekend. Tabua, who led Fiji to the quarter-finals of the Rugby World Cup in 2007, was a
Tahitia Kamea, Uprising Fiji International 7s spokesperson, said that after talks with the Fiji Rugby Union and the Fiji Women's Rugby Union, the tournament would have four strong women's teams u Fijiana Development, Western Flyers, the Sea Hawks,
Tomasi Cama has welcomed the inclusion of a women's competition at the 2012 Uprising Fiji International 7s. Cama is on a three-and-a-half month tour of Fiji with his Chinese provincial women's 7s rugby team, Anhui. He said Fiji was the best place to
BSP has joined a very reputable list of corporate sponsors for the second year of the tournament by signing up as the official Bank of the 2012 Uprising Fiji International 7s Festival, which is rapidly establishing itself as a key event in the region.
Games chairman Epi Kolinivala believes some of the top clubs will use the tournament as a build up to the Uprising Fiji International 7s tournament that will be held in two weeks time. The Namarai 7s tournament starts this morning at the Ratu Cakobau
Organisers made the announcement yesterday in line with the International Rugby Board and International Olympic Committee's pursuit of gender equality. Tournament spokesperson Tahitia Kamea said having a competitive women's section would be crucial. "
New Zealand sevens skipper Eric Rush will be chief guest at the official launching of the Uprising Fiji International 7s tournament on Friday. The sevens legend last visited Fiji, 12 years ago when he led his New Zealand team to win the Fiji