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Three years to go before the South Pacific Mini-Games in the Cook Islands - Aug 22, 2006


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The South Pacific Games Council made a reunion in Samoa, one year before the South Pacific Games in Apia, and they spoke about the organization of the 2009 Mini-Games in the Cook Islands. All the lights are green so far and the council is confident about this event.

"The Cook Islands already held the Mini-Games in 1985 so they are experienced. The organizing comittee is really good and the Mini-Games should be a great event there." said one of the member of the council.  



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