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The Fijian Cup touch rugby tournament ballot is being drawn, marking the start of the road to the tournament

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The Fijian Cup touch rugby tournament is set to heat up with the ballot now being drawn for the tournament.

With the countdown for the tournament being less than 250 days away, teams are now gearing towards one of the most exciting and lucrative touch rugby tournaments to be held around the world.

“We are extremely excited for the ballot to be done and the competition draw to be released. It will add a sense of realism to the tournament. The touch rugby will be awesome and the location even better” says TourismHQ, the organisers of the tournament.

The Fijian Cup is complimented by the Kava Cup women’s competition and both will run across two days. Afternoons will be spent relaxing in luxury accommodation with parties being run in the evenings for athletes to unwind.

“We are expecting that for years to come we will have teams continually coming back. We are attracting some high-quality players, which will add more competition to the tournament and see it ranked highly with similar competitions across the world.“

The tournament will be overseen by the Touch Federation of Fiji, who will appoint a Senior Technical Official to ensure that the tournament runs smoothly.

With the ballot now being drawn, teams will be closely following all information to come on the tournament. The tournament is going to be the ultimate touch tournament in paradise.

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Prizes at The Fijian and Kava Cups set to blow minds with over FJD$50,000 worth up for grabs

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The most incredible touch tournament in paradise is sure to attract the attention of touch rugby lovers across the globe with prizes adding up to over FJD$50,000!

The tournament is sanctioned by the Federation of International Touch and is run by Touch Fiji with support from Touch New Zealand.

The winning team of the Fijian cup men’s and Kava cup woman’s tournaments will receive a cash cheque for FJD$7,500. 10 accommodation and entry packages are included to allow the winning teams to return and defend their title the next year. Along with this comes a FJD$1,500 bar tab for both teams to celebrate with.

Along with these main prizes are afternoon experience spot prizes, which include Cloud9 trips, massages, zip lining, Beachcomber Island day trips, rounds of golf and half day fishing charters.

The team with the best costume will receive a FJD$1,000 bar tab, and the same amount will be given to the player who scores the most tries.

The tournament will mix enjoyment of the game with competition between some of the world’s best touch rugby players and teams.

“We are expecting that there will be some serious touch players and teams attending the Fijian and Kava cups. It is an exciting opportunity to play rugby in the most beautiful of locations” says Olivia Rogers, head of events for Tourism HQ.

To be a part of the most incredible touch rugby tournament in paradise, visit the Fijian Cup website today at

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Fijian & Kava Cup 2017 touch rugby tournaments just the start of the perfect experience

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While enjoying the competition of the Fijian and Kava cup touch rugby tournaments, there is plenty to be experienced in beautiful Fiji.

“Along with the cups, we have a number of packages available to suit participant’s travelling needs” says the 2017 Fijian cup touch tournament organisers.

The competitions start on November 4, 2017 with support from Touch Fiji and New Zealand Touch.

There is an option for participants, along with the packages available to enter the touch tournaments to extend their stay by a night either side of the tournaments, two nights either side or to remove flights altogether and stay in Fiji for an extended period of time.

This provides the perfect opportunity for participants to experience all that Fiji has to offer. This includes attractions such as Bula Park, which is a great place for tournament players to cool off and enjoy a day of relaxation in the waterpark.

Another attraction is the famous Cloud9 floating platform. The experience includes an internationally stocked bar and Italian wood-fired pizzeria. Add to that a music surround sound system like no other, and it is truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The option to extend your stay is perfectly complimented by the opportunity to spend a day going to the world-renowned Beachcomber Island. The island is hailed as the ultimate ‘party by night, paradise by day’ experience and is one that every participant in the Fijian and Kava cups should strive to be a part of.

Along with these activities, there is zip-lining, golf and massages that can be frequented during the stay in Fiji. Each of these goes hand in hand with the Fijian and Kava cup touch tournaments.

“I would recommend making the most out of the time in beautiful Fiji, and participants really should try and see as much of the country as possible” enthuses the Fijian Cup 2017 organiser.

For more information about what can be experienced during and after the Fijian and Kava cup tournaments, visit

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