$50,000 up for grabs at the 15th Fiji Bitter Wairiki 7s Carnival

$50,000 up for grabs at the 15th Fiji Bitter Wairiki 7s Carnival

By Marika Rasekaseka
Thursday 17/11/2022
[Photo: Paradise Beverages]

48 men, 24 youths and 12 women’s teams are expected to participate in the 15th Fiji Bitter Wairiki 7s Carnival next week.

A total of $50,000 will be shared amongst winners which include sevens rugby, volleyball, netball and soccer. $10,000 will be up for grabs for the Cup winner for the men's competition, $1,500 for the women's competition and $3,000 will be won by the champion of the U18-U21 competition.

In the netball competition, 16 women's teams will go head to head for the prize money of $2,000 while $1,500 for the mixed netball competition.

16 men's volleyball teams will play for the prize money of $3,000, 12 women's teams will play their best to win the $1,500 prize money and 10 soccer teams vying for the main prize of $1,000.

The 15th Fiji Bitter Wairiki 7s Carnival is from next Thursday till Saturday.

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