Busy season for Touch Fiji Federation – FBC News

2022 is a critical year for the Touch Fiji Federation as it prepares for various international meetings.

TFF President Tevita Mau said planning will be an essential tool, while their implementation will require a big step forward.

He says that with the various international meetings to come, the TFF and its affiliated clubs will have to be strategic.

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“We are going to consolidate a lot of our plans. In 2023 we had the Pacific Games and the Youth World Cup. Manchester for the Pacific Games in July and the Pacific Games in the Solomon Islands in November, December, then 2024 is the World Cup.

However, things are looking bleak given the growing number of COVID-19 cases and the possibility of restrictions being re-enforced.

Mau says if that happens it will impact their preparations as they want to ensure their athletes are fully trained to compete and represent Fiji at the highest level.

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