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Marist 7s introduces card-bonus system

Marist 7s introduces card-bonus system

By Simione Tuvuki
Wednesday 24/03/2021
Shipping Services Fiji Limited has given cash sponsorship of $5,200 for the card-bonus system.

Organisers of the Fiji Bitter Marist 7s will be introducing a card-bonus system in the tournament this weekend.

Coordinator, Koli Korovulavula says a team that completes a match without being awarded a yellow or red card will be given a bonus point in this system.

Shipping Services Fiji Limited has given cash sponsorship of $5,200 for the card-bonus system.

The cash prize will be awarded to a team that completes a match in the quarterfinals, semifinals and final without being awarded a penalty card.



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