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Mighty Mights look sharp - Jun 2, 2010


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MIGHTY Mights look set to scoop the Raiwaqa Basketball tournament this weekend. Unbeaten after two games, the Saula Koroi-coached side look sharp and will be up against the likes of Warriors, Veterans and Mighty Sharks. The AU Graphics sponsored tournament serves as a trial for the Raiwaqa players as they gear up for the Fiji Games in Lautoka next weekend.
Raiwaqa Baketball Association official Nicholas Wong said the intensity of the game grew with each game as players tried to impress the selectors for a spot at the Fiji Games. 'Players are giving their best to impress the selectors. The excitement is there and it is really interesting watching players giving their utmost best,' he said. 'So far the team to beat is Mighty Mights. 'They play good basketball and with a good coach I believe they should be out to reach a good placing. 'Warriors and Veterans are also favourites in the tournament.'
In the women's section, Wed C, led by US-based Valerie Nainima, are in top form. They beat the national U20 team last week. Fiji White U20 national team remains unbeaten and should provide stiff competition to Wed C. Wong said the pool games would continue until Friday night before the elimination rounds begin on Saturday afternoon. Tonight, Fiji White takes on Knights in the women while Veterans plays Mighty Jazz and Mighty Sharks battles the Warriors.
Courtesy of: fijitimes.com   



Fiji National Team win All Star Game - 1 day ago
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Suva reigns in 3x3 - 8 days ago
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Samoa wins gold - 9 months ago
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