Letava Whippy on FemTALK89FM's Morning Waves Show Basketball Fiji's own Letava Whippy speaks to Mereani Nawadra on FemTALK89FM's Morning Waves program.
Basketball Fiji reaches over 1,100 children in one week Last week was a busy time for Basketball Fiji!

Through the Hoops for Health (H4H) program, Special Schools program and an early celebration of World Children’...
Hoops for Health is back! Starting at Vatuwaqa Primary School Today Basketball Fiji re-commenced its Hoops for Health program with the help of Vatuwaqa Primary School
National Women's team take home silver in Melanesia Cup The National Women's team have qualified for the 2019 Pacific Games after bringing home the silver at the Melanesia Cup.

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Fiji Men take home bronze at Melanesia Cup and qualify for the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games

The National Men's team have qualified for the Samoa 2019 Pacific Games and taken home in Bronze at the Melanesian Cup. Go Fiji!
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Manila coach hopes to help Fiji qualify for 2019 Pacific Games

The men's team will battle it out today with Solomon Islands as they fight for their qualification to the 2019 Pacific Games.
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National Women's team to compete in FIBA Melanesia Cup Final

The National Women's team have secured their place in the Melanesia Cup Final
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Fiji defeat Solomon Islands at FIBA Melanesia Cup

Fiji and Papua New Guinea stake their claim on Day 2 of the FIBA Melanesia Basketball Cup 2017 with crucial wins.
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Fiji bounce back while hosts stay undefeated after Day 2

Action is heating up here in Papua New Guinea as Fiji and Solomon Islands are now tied in second place.
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Can Whippy help Fiji repeat success of 2015 Pacific Games?

The last time Letava Whippy in Papua New Guinea, she brought home a 2015 Pacific Games gold medal.
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Fiji looking to make their way back to the Pacific Games with the first-ever Melanesia Cup

FIJI - The Fiji National Men’s coach, Frank Saketa believes his players are looking strong and capable of taking home the first-ever Melanesia Cup.
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Suva reigns in 3x3

Basketball Fiji has introduced the 3x3 Olympic format at the 2017 Fiji Games in the lead up to the Pacific Mini Games and 2020 Olympic Games. Fiji Times.
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Fiji claim 6th at FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2017

BENGALURU (FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 - Division B) – Team Fiji has rounded out their Bengaluru campaign by taking home 6th place in the tournament.

With this being the first ever time competition in the event it is a great result which can be built upon for the future. Singapore pushed out to an early lead and Fiji did everything they could to fight back but eventually fell 65-80.
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Fiji stun Sri Lanka to secure a shot at the top 5

BENGALURU (FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 - Division B) – Team Fiji faced up against Sri Lanka in their 4th game of this year’s event.

Mili Koyamainavure has been featuring heavily in Fiji’s offense and would be relied upon again tonight for Fiji to qualify for the 5th place playoff game.
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Koyamainavure shines again in host nation clash

BENGALURU (FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 - Division B) – Fiji’s quarter final matchup saw them up against host nation India. Boasting an undefeated record, didn’t Fiji from taking it right to India early. The first quarter was tightly contested but India eventually began to push out the lead.
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Koyamainavure dominates against undefeated Kazakhstan

BENGALURU (FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 - Division B) – Fiji continue to get better and better each game in Bangalore, their latest matchup against Kazakhstan was no different.
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Fiji women close the gap against Lebanon

BENGALURU (FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 - Division B) – In game two of Fiji’s FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 – Division B campaign they played against a spirited Lebanon side.
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Fiji Women open the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 - Division B against Singapore

BENGALURU (FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 - Division B) – For the first time in history Fiji is competing in a FIBA Asia event. The Fiji Women’s national basketball team faced Singapore in the first game of the FIBA Women’s Asia Cup 2017 – Division B.
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Basketball Fiji Vacancy

Basketball Fiji invites applications for the position of Team Managers to join its volunteer management team to assist in the preparation and participation of our National Men’s and Women’s teams ahead of the 2017 Melanesian Games and the 2017 World Cup Qualifiers Round 1 in Asia.
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2017 Easter Championships

Easter Championship commenced yesterday with the following results.....
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Basketball Fiji Vacancy

Basketball Fiji invites applications for the position of National Basketball Development Assistant (NBDA) to join its Operational Team.

The main objective for the role is to ensure that the NBDA achieves the objectives and deliverables that are set out by both Basketball Fiji and the International Basketball Association (FIBA) in Oceania.
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Losalini Katia: Winning a gold medal in Fiji is "unreal"

SUVA (FIBA U18 Women's Oceania Championships 2016) - After defeating Papua New Guinea last night, the Fijian women had the chance to go up against Tahiti to win a gold medal on their home soil. Advancing to the decider via a 70-42-win lead by Losalini Katia. The 18-year-old has been on a mission this tournament, averaging 17.3 points per game, second in the championships. Furthermore, Katia’s.....
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Under 18 Women Bags another win

U18 Women's squad bags second victory on Day 4 of the International Basketball Federation U18 Oceania Championships scoring 70 points against PNG's 42 in the Division B Semi-Finals.....
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“Start strong, finish strong” Fiji’s hard work pays off with first win

SUVA (FIBA U18 Oceania Championship) – Fiji secured their first win of the tournament on day two of competition, beating Tahiti 56-29.
Fiji led from start to finish in what was a dominant display. Leaving head coach Esala Banuve (Sonny) proud of his team’s efforts....

“Playing in front of our home crowd, it’s a happy feeling” said Banuve
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Fiji’s Colin Lal has sights set high on home soil

SUVA (FIBA U18 Oceania Championships) – The host nation Fiji registered their first victory on day two of competition against a struggling Tahiti. The Fijians led for the majority of the game, which at one point blew out to a 25 point lead. The final score reading 65-49.

Fiji’s Colin Lal was instrumental in the victory with 21 points, 6 boards, 2 assists and 6 steals. Lal has led the way so far
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BEVERAGE BOOST FOR OCEANIA BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

Suva, 1 December, 2016: A new sponsorship deal has been signed to include FJ$15,000 worth of Powerade and other beverages for the upcoming FIBA U18 Oceania Basketball Championship on 5 – 11 December in Suva.....
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