League takes a break
13 March, 2018, 12:00 am
THE 2018 Vodafone Premier League has taken a four-week break.
Fiji Football Association competitions manager Amitesh Pal said this was done after taking into consideration the Vodafone national football side preparing for the Philippines tour.
“The competition will now be on a break for the next four weeks for preparation and participation of the national team in international friendly against Philippines. The competition will resume from April 7,” he confirmed.
Meanwhile, Nadi leads the points table with 11 points after six matches. Defending champion Lautoka and Labasa share 9 points each, however, the Blues take the second spot with better goal difference.
Ratu Anare Apenisa (Labasa FC)
Ame Votoniu (Nadi FC)
Anish Kumar Khem (Dreketi FC), Rusiate Matarerega (Nadi FC), Samuela Nabenia (Ba FC), Napolioni Qasevakatini (Nadi FC), Benjamin Totori (Lautoka FC), Atonio Tuivuna (Labasa FC), Inia Vetaukula (Dreketi FC), Christopher Wasasala (Labasa FC)
Remueru Tekiate (Suva FC), Jonetani Nalulu Buksh (Rewa FC), Manasa Drua (Tavua FC), Samuela Drudru (Lautoka FC), Josevata Dugucagi (Nadi FC), Bruce Hughes (Suva FC), Setareki Hughes (Rewa FC), Vilitati Kautoga (Tavua FC), Siotame Kubu (Rewa FC), Andrew Alfred Naicker (Nadi FC), Praneel Naidu (Lautoka FC), Vilive Naulalevu (Tavua FC), Ashnil Kumar Raju (Labasa FC), Edwin Sanjeewan Sahayan (Labasa FC), Zibraaz Sahib (Lautoka FC), Abbu Zahid (Ba FC), Maikeli Sivo (Tavua FC), Kaliova Tivulu (Suva FC), William Thomas Valentine (Nadi FC), Thomas Vulivuli (Dreketi FC), Taniela Waqa (Labasa FC), Tevita Waranaivalu (Suva FC)
Joseva Bolakivei (Dreketi FC), Laisenia Naioko (Ba FC), Vuniuci Tikomaimereke (Rewa FC)