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Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, October 13, 2012

Sports News in Brief

Mosquitoes

Debris brought about by heavy rain last week resulted in many blocked drains around Govind Park in Ba which has become a breeding ground for mosquitoes. The mosquitoes have been a nuisance for the fans especially during the evenings.

Red card

LAUTOKA'S Noa Vukica was the first player in the Super Premier division to be sent off the field. Vukica was flashed the red card after picking up his second caution in the match against Navua. The Blues lost the fixture 1-0.

Navua support

MINNOWS Navua have won the hearts of many soccer fans in Ba. While Ba may not be a strong fan-base for the Navuans, they now certainly have good backing at Govind Park especially after beating favourites Labasa and Lautoka.

Foodstalls

THE foodstalls have been very busy at Govind Park daily. This is because they are the only eateries around Yalalevu where Govind Park is situated. If fans want to have fine dining then they have no choice but to travel to town which is a five-minute drive.





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