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Fiji National Sports Commission added 2 new photos.

Talent identification from our Educate the Educators program in Levuka, Ovalau has seen 17 year old Keresi Maya progressed through to be in the Bai Academy which was scounted by Ben Soso to play at the upcoming Macdonald Coral Coast 7s in the Youth Category.
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Talent identification from our Educate the Educators program in Levuka, Ovalau has seen 17 year old Keresi Maya progressed through to be in the Bai Academy which was scounted by Ben Soso  to play at the upcoming Macdonald Coral Coast 7s in the Youth Category.

Fiji National Sports Commission added 4 new photos.

Talent identification from SOP/TOT in Lakeba, Lau, 2017 has seen 20 year old Ledua QTuitubou re visit his island to officiate at the Annual Games on December 2018. He is currently studying at Fiji National University and belongs to the Suva Rugby Referees Association that officiates at the weekly club games.
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Talent identification from SOP/TOT in Lakeba, Lau, 2017 has seen 20 year old Ledua QTuitubou  re visit his island to officiate at the Annual Games on December 2018. He is currently studying at Fiji National University and belongs to the Suva Rugby Referees Association that officiates at the weekly club games.

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Fiji National Sports Commission added 15 new photos — at Natabua Golden Age Home, Lautoka.

The Golden Age Home in Lautoka received a surprise visit from their 2017 NZ Donor, Mrs. Marama Evening (nee Pickering) with items that the Home could make good use of.
In her 2017 visit , Mrs. Evening brought in Board Games to keep these old souls busy in mental activity. When she left the Home in 2017, she told the elderly, "I will be back next year", she has indeed kept to her word.

Since the introduction of our Wellness program in the Home, we badly needed footwear for the abled elderly who went for walks as part of their Wellness program, Mrs. Evening noticed this in her last visit and brought in footwear and items that could be used to make the elderly more comfortable in their Home away from Home.

Marama, as she wishes to be called is also a frequent visitor to Homes in her so called "yasayasa", in NZ.

Words cannot describe how appreciative we are to Mrs. Evening for her kind deeds and we pray that the good Lord continually blesses her in her outreach to the less fortunate. Thank you.
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The Golden Age Home in Lautoka received a surprise visit from their 2017 NZ Donor, Mrs. Marama Evening (nee Pickering) with items that the Home could make good use of.
In her 2017 visit , Mrs. Evening brought in Board Games to keep these old souls busy in  mental activity. When she left the Home in 2017, she told the elderly, I will be back next year, she has indeed kept to her word.

Since the introduction of our Wellness program in the Home, we badly needed footwear for the abled elderly who went for walks as part of their Wellness program, Mrs. Evening noticed this in her last visit and brought in footwear and items that  could be used to make the elderly more comfortable in their Home away from Home.

Marama, as she wishes to be called is also a frequent visitor to Homes in her  so called yasayasa, in NZ.

Words cannot describe how appreciative we are to Mrs. Evening for her kind deeds and we pray that the good Lord continually blesses her in her outreach to the less fortunate. Thank you.

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Fiji National Sports Commission added 6 new photos.

FNSC North team spent their final Sunday of year 2018 in Nasarawaqa, Bua.
Through the community assistance request by the youth club from Nasarawaqa which is registered under MYS, FNSC assisted the community youth club in organising the final Penalty Shoot In of the year.
FNSC team assisted with 2 Soccer goal nets, 2 match balls, team registration forms, tournament rules and latest FIFA penalty laws of the game.
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FNSC North team spent their final Sunday of year 2018 in Nasarawaqa, Bua.
Through the community assistance request by the youth club from Nasarawaqa which is registered under MYS, FNSC assisted the community youth club in organising the final Penalty Shoot In of the year.
FNSC team assisted with 2 Soccer goal nets, 2 match balls, team registration forms, tournament rules and latest FIFA penalty laws of the game.

Fiji National Sports Commission added 10 new photos — with Mitchie Savu and Alex Ikanidrodro.

Central division community assistance at Old people home
When people was busy visiting special home and arranging visitation to the residents with their gifts. The home need much more assistance, the maintenance of their store room that what the Fiji National Sports Commission team always willing to assist them in wellness and physical activity or just clean up the residents. Today was one of those days.
Merry Christmas to our grandparents in the home.
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Central division community assistance at Old people home
When people was busy visiting special home and arranging visitation to the residents with their gifts. The home need much more assistance, the maintenance of their store room that what the Fiji National Sports Commission team always willing to assist them in wellness and physical activity or just clean up the residents. Today was one of those days. 
Merry Christmas to our grandparents in the home.

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Great work team

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So proud of you all merry Christmas and sorry not there to support you all

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thank you for supporting our elderly and people with disability

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Fiji National Sports Commission shared Gau Sports Association's post.

Sports Outreach & Train the Trainer Program ended on a high note after facilitating on the island of Gau 3 weeks ago . The Sports involved were Rugby(Coaching/Referee), Volleyball( Coach/Referee), Netball(Coaching/Umpiring) and OSEP Sport Administration In Communities with Community Coach & Official . Train the Trainer participants helped officiated in the running of the 2 tournaments straight after our SOP/TOT - Nacavanadi 7s & Nacavanadi Old Scholars.
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Great way to end the results on high note for the tournament...thank you all for the contribution in lifting the standard ! Looking forward to a Exciting new year ahead and lets challenge on the task & strive for the best .Merry Xmas & Happy New Year

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Sports Outreach & Train the Trainer Program ended on a high note after facilitating on the island of Gau 3 weeks ago . The Sports involved were Rugby(Coaching/Referee), Volleyball( Coach/Referee), Netball(Coaching/Umpiring) and OSEP Sport Administration In Communities with Community Coach & Official . Train the Trainer participants helped officiated in the running of the 2 tournaments straight after our SOP/TOT - Nacavanadi 7s & Nacavanadi Old Scholars.

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Fiji National Sports Commission added 6 new photos.

Wailevu SOP Follow up program with some great impacts.
1. Natua Village organised Volleyball Tournament 7th Dec - Iosefo Dakuyau a volleyball qualified referee from the Valeni SOP officiated supported by Meki Tunidau n Sakiusa Meow meow n Aseri Ganilau.
2. Natua n Valeni Village conducted Zumba on every Monday 5 weeks continuously to combat NCD n create awareness on physical activities contributes to healthy living.
3. Dawara Village facilitated Zumba n Sports Activities at their Own School Dawara District school with our coaches involves- Tennis ,volleyball n Soccer.LTAD model
4.Laucala Village hosted the Cakaudrove AGO rally n Kinder Garden Day Celebration at Naiqaqi Village using the sports Euipments n our coaches to facilitated the sports activities.
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Wailevu SOP Follow up program with some great impacts.
1. Natua Village organised Volleyball Tournament 7th Dec - Iosefo Dakuyau a volleyball qualified referee from the Valeni SOP officiated supported by Meki Tunidau n Sakiusa Meow meow n Aseri Ganilau.
2. Natua n Valeni Village conducted Zumba on every Monday 5 weeks continuously to combat NCD n create awareness on physical activities contributes to healthy living.
3. Dawara Village facilitated Zumba n Sports Activities at their Own School Dawara District school with our coaches involves- Tennis ,volleyball n Soccer.LTAD model
4.Laucala Village hosted the Cakaudrove AGO rally n Kinder Garden Day Celebration at Naiqaqi Village using the sports Euipments n  our coaches to facilitated the sports activities.
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