The 2021 McDonald’s Fiji Coral Coast Sevens will be held later next year as the organising committee are currently in consultation with key tournament sponsors on the best option for the 11th installment of the event.[Read more…] about 2021 McDonald’s Fiji Coral Coast Sevens to be held later next year
Ready for a holiday or weekend break? Tourism Fiji recently launched its Love our Locals campaign.
Supported by tourism industry stakeholders, the “Love Our Locals Fiji” campaign plays out primarily on social media and includes the creation of a Facebook group where industry operators can communicate specials, exclusive to Fiji residents.
The campaign embraces the spirit of love through action in the face of an industry and Fijians that are hurting.[Read more…] about Love our locals campaign – June 2020
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I’m sure you would agree we have come a long way having since such humble beginnings welcoming a host of international teams, the introduction of the women’s tournament and soon after the youth tournament solidifies the event as the Pacific’s premier sevens tournamentTournament director, Jay Whyte
Police Blues Retain McDonalds Coral Coast Sevens title in 2020
Police edged Ratu Filise in the 2020 McDonalds Coral Coast Sevens Final to win 17-14.[Read more…] about Police Blues Retain McDonalds Coral Coast Sevens title in 2020
Police Blues will face Mango Bay Ratu Filise in the final of the McDonald’s Fiji Coral Coast 7s later this afternoon.
Police had to battle hard to beat Tabadamu 14-12.[Read more…] about Police Blues to face Mango Bay Ratu Filise in the final of the Coral Coast 7s