August 05, 2022
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FANCA to build youths

The 2022 FANCA Nations Cup is keen on providing awareness and keeping youths occupied through sports.

President Mohammed Yusuf said celebrating 25 years of the tournament’s existence it was important to spread positive and assertive messages through sport to the next generation of players and believers.

“We come together to celebrate brotherhood and unity, and as equally important to keep our youths away from crime and drugs,” Yusuf said.

The tournament will be held in Fiji for the fourth time this year.

Teams from all affiliated countries in Australia New Zealand Canada and the United States will compete in the five-day tournament.

Meanwhile, the Tebara Meats Fiji team received a major boost through a $10,000 cheque from sponsors Tebara Halal Meats Suva Limited today.

General Manager Sabid Ali said it was their effort in helping Fiji claim their third title at the tournament as well as reiterated the message in this diverting youths away from illegal activities.

“We are happy to support Fiji in their campaign, and we do believe that our youths will come away as the victors with a new view and love for sports.”

The tournament begins on August 17 at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.

By Noa Biudole

 


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