There were 19 teams representing the various districts around the country with over 3000 students involved in the 2017 Rewa Galaxy Kaji Rubgy Tournament at the ANZ Stadium in Suva. Kaji Rugby is the climax of the Fiji Primary Schools Rugby Union calendar and there were six grades contesting from the Under-9 to the Under-14 grade. Suva won most grades and they won overall winner of the 2017 Rewa Galaxy Kaji Rubgy Tournament.
Tea For A Good Cause
Last month the Fiji Cancer Society (FCS) hosted one of their iconic events known as the Bushells Fiji’s Biggest Morning Tea. FCS Chairman Mr Philip Low thanked every corporate organization, NGO and Government body that attended the event and lending their support and in joining the fight against Cancer. The morning tea initiative began 11 years ago and it is always customary that the Motibhai Group hosted the first morning tea every year and would than be followed by other organisations.
Suva Blue Under 9 skipper Sesoni Jain Godronabati Tamani ready to attack against Suva White during the U9 final in the Kaji rugby tournament at the ANZ Stadium in Suva. Photo: Ivamere Rokovesa.
Suva Blue player on the attack against Suva White of U9 final during the Kaji rugby tournament at the ANZ Stadium in Suva. Photo: Ivamere Rokovesa.
Parents and supporters of Team Kadavu cheers for their team at the stadium in Suva. Photo : Ivamere Rokovesa.
Kadavu half back offloads from a scrum against Suva Blue during the under 14 final at the Stadium. Photo: Ivamere Rokovesa
Parents and supporters and playersof Suva white after the match at the stadium in Suva. Photo : Ivamere Rokovesa.
Suva Blue player on the attack against Suva White during the U9 final during the Kaji rugby tournament at the ANZ Stadium in Suva. Photo: Ivamere Rokovesa.
Cancer survivors Reapi Nayacakalou and Vika Fong Toy embrace each other as they share their stories with members of the media
Dr Ram Raju with Motibhai Group manager PR Shalendra Prasad and chairman Kirit Patel
Senior technician Anesh Chand gets all excited during the morning tea
Reshad Ali of TFL gets generous with the donations
Motibhai Group chairman and CEO Kirit Patel shares a light moment with the divional medical officer west Dr Susana Nakalevu.
A guest makes her contribution during the Bushells Fiji’s Biggest Morning Tea event
ANZ and BSP staff verify and count donations with Motibhai Group director Bhupendra Patel
Nadi’s pioneer businessman Rati Gokal makes a donation