May 15, 2021
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Food campaign to support players

The Navua Football Association has set up a food drive campaign to assist its players affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.


The association made a social media post on Facebook recently, seeking assistance from the public to help the players and their families who depend on football for a source of living since sporting activities are on hold.

 

A grocery box has been placed at the Rajeev Service Station in Pacific Harbour where people can drop off any groceries or other kind donations.

 

By Romeka Romena  


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