To'abaita Authority for Research & Development (TARD)

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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

TARD sport committe conclude meeting for TARD-North West Malaita 2006 Christmas games in Suva.

TARD Sports committee has had their final meeting with closure of USP academic year last Saturday 18 Nov. The meeting was chaired by TARD Sports committee Chairman Mr. Alwyn Danitofea. The major agendas highlighted during the meeting included the North West Malaita sport event budget, anticipated activities and responsibilities to be carried out.

The TARD sport organizing committee members still residing in Fiji hope that members who traveling to Honiara will brief TARD members and people of Northwest Malaita about the outcome of the final meeting.

Upon that final meeting, the TARD sport committee has approved that:

1. Registration for North West Malaita Christmas game was declared open until midnight of 16th December. The committee was optimistic that total of 38 team will be participate and draws is expect to held on Monday 18th of December.

2. Programme: will include formal opening of the sport event with a parade with presence of various Toabaita prominent leaders.

3. Responsibilities: Certain tasks are also laid upon various TARD members. They were Lenny Konamauri, Eddie Konairamo, Simon Riiagalo, Simon Mau Wanekwailiu, Peter Fairamoa and available member.

The North West Malaita 2006 Christmas games will be host by TARD at Maluu sport ground from December 20th –22nd. The whole tournament will be coordinate by Alwyn Danitofea, Joyce Konafilia, Lenny Konamauri and Simon Mau Wanekwailiu.

Toabaita Authority for Research and Development (TARD)members hope they will capitalise on this three (3) day event to preach the aims, objectives and goals of TARD towards the people and region of North Malaita.


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