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Police handover 7s winnings

The Police 7s team handed over their winnings from the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast 7s tournament to the Acting Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho earlier this week. The side successfully defended their champion title and became $20000 richer after defeating wardens 26-10 in the 2016 Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast tournament final at Lawaqa Park […]

Staff Writers

January 20, 2016 10:42 am

The Police 7s team handed over their winnings from the Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast 7s tournament to the Acting Commissioner of Police Brigadier General Sitiveni Qiliho earlier this week.

Police team coach Etonia Naba with the Commissioner of Police during the special morning tea hosted by senior officers at Headquarters yesterday.Photo:Fiji Police Force
Police team coach Etonia Naba with the Commissioner of Police during the special morning tea hosted by senior officers at Headquarters yesterday.Photo:Fiji Police Force

The side successfully defended their champion title and became $20000 richer after defeating wardens 26-10 in the 2016 Bayleys Fiji Coral Coast tournament final at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka on Saturday.

In acknowledging the efforts of the team, Brig. Gen. Qiliho said the win had lifted the morale of every member of the Fiji Police Force.

“After the win I know all our officers, wherever they are based be it here in Fiji or in mission areas such as Sudan would have been celebrating”.

“I thank you for your efforts that has not only resulted in the win but has been a huge morale booster for the organisation and the police family”.

He also acknowledged Sevanaia Nadruku who was named the tournament’s best player and encouraged the rest of the team to always strive for excellence in all they do.

The Police 7s team was coached by former Fiji 7s and Nadroga forward Etonia Naba.

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