SUVA Football Association has started preparation to celebrate the yet-to-be confirmed Courts Inter District Championship (IDC) victory this Saturday.
The capital city side scored what looked like the winning goal in the dying stages of the extra time play at Govind Park on Sunday and Ba players protested the goal by walking out of the field.
The match was later abandoned by referee Andrew Archari and Fiji Football Association is yet to make a decision on the final outcome of the match.
Suva soccer president Mahen Prasad said yesterday's The Fiji Times front page picture was enough evidence for Fiji FA to award the game to them.
Prasad said the team officials and supporters were still reeling from the appalling behaviour of the Ba fans following the walkout.
He claimed they were stoned and thrown bottles at and one of the team officials sustained injuries from the mayhem caused.
"It was a very disturbing scene. My whole family was there supporting the team and they were scared," Prasad, the managing director of Power Electric, said.
"My youngest daughter, who is four and half years old along with my six-year-old daughter, was crying because they didn't know what was happening.
"This is bad sportsmanship. Ba team and fans should show good sportsmanship and accept the loss because the rule properly states, referees decision is final."
The Fiji FA statute clearly states once a team walks out of the field without referee's consent, the match is awarded to the opposing team.
"We understand the circumstances under which the Fiji FA abandoned the match as we understand this was due to the security risk reasons," Prasad said.
"Suva Football has full faith in Fiji FA and we hope they will make a fair decision and deservingly award the game to Suva."
Prasad said the celebration would start with a march procession from the Suva Flea Market to Sukuna Park this Saturday.
Suva last won the Lloyd Farebrother Trophy in 1983.