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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.  



Cook Islands will not send a women team in the South Pacific Games - 10 Years ago
The Cook Islands Basketball Federation will send only a men team in the South Pacific Games which will be held in Samoa in late August. The women national team will not travel to Samoa. Only seven teams submitted a roster for the women tournament including the traditional Pacific powerhouses Fiji, Samoa, New Caledonia and Tahiti.   [read more]
Open Division: Puaikura defeated Takitumu - 11 Years ago
In the Open Women's division Takitumu were in the lead at the end of the first quarter but Puaikura would not let them lead again in the game. With a much younger team on paper Takitumu were expected to run the legs off the Puaikura team and run to victory. When Takitumu powerhouse Lucy was fouled out of the game Puaikura knew they were home with the victory.   [read more]
U20: Richelle led Puikura to the win - 11 Years ago
The Under 20 girls game was a clash of the number 11's. On one side you had Richelle for Puaikura and on the other you had Jolyn for Takitumu. Between the 2 girls they scored 60% of the total game score but Richelle and her teamates came out with the win. Takitumu had height on their side but could not match the quickness of the Puaikura girls.   [read more]



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