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Netball Fiji has named a mixture of experience and young players for the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia next month.
Veteran midcourt player Alesi Waqa has made the cut while former captain Vaiti Waqatabu has been dropped from the final 12 member squad.
Other experience players in the team include shooter Nina Cirikisuva and Afa Rusivakula.
The core of the team has been made from the Fiji Under-20 side, which came fourth in the Netball Youth Cup in Botswana last year.
Final 12 member squad :Afa Rusivakula, Maliana Rusivakula, Alesi Paul, Laisani Waqa, Nina Cirikisuva, Alanieta Waqanibete, Alisi Galo, Verenaisi Sawana, Alisi Naqiri, Episake Kahatoka, Merelita Waqanidrola.
SOURCE: FBC SPORT/PACNEWS
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