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Pink girl festival

The Early detection is the best protection that was the message took away by all the participants, including the volunteers, parents and teachers were joining the Pink girl festival.
Head of Women’s Football, Adelaide Tuívailala says, “When we received pink soccer balls from the OFC Women’s Development Officer, Nicola Demaine then we decided to throw
one festival as part of our supporting the Breast Cancer Awareness campaign,” “It was a fun day for everyone even though the sun came out strong at the Loto-Tonga,” she says.
The General Secretary Lui Áho says, “It was great to see our girls are willing to participate in this festival knowing that they were requested to dedicate this festival
to their mothers, sisters, aunties and friends that suffered with breast cancer”. He also stressed, of how important to sense or sport this kind of dicease before its too late.
“Soccer is a fun and effective way to reach every children with a very vital message like today, and we are very excited about it.” he added.
“No-one got bored on the field, they really enjoyed no matter how hot they still moved from field to field willingly,” Likiliki describes.
At the end of the festival, they all came together and did their cool down and Ofa Laákulu, vice captain of the Tonga National Women’s U 20 team lead them, amazing
when they were still enthusiastic to do the cool down. Their final move were holding hands and all shout out ‘’EARLY DETECTION IS THE BEST PROTECTION”.
“It has been a lovely day for our girls, as they had their final exam last week,” one of the Teachers, Bob Taylor Tonga says.
This festival was part of the project that Tonga FA was approved by FIFA for their Grassroots programmes for girls.

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