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Suva stars to play in last 8

Josefa Makaba
Thursday, November 01, 2012

MAJORITY of Suva players from the winning IDC team will play for their respective clubs during the Suva Football Asscoation club quarter-finals this weekend.

Suva local league chairman Niranjan Prasad said all Suva players in the eight clubs playing in quarter-finals were expected to appear for their respective teams.

Prasad said majority of Suva players would play for Samabula and North Pole.

"Samabula have Joshua Wilson, Joseph Mishra, Cedrick Dutt, Isoa Damudamu and Issa Sanni while Suva skipper Simione Maikali, Samu Kautoga, Nathan Shivam, Emori Ragata and Mira Sahib play for North Pole," Prasad said.

"Army will be led by Samuela Vula, Police have Inosi Cava while Wailoku, Bureta and Addisbrough will also have their Suva reps."

Prasad said they expected some tough matches.

"We will play all quarter-finals on Saturday at Buckhurst Park and play the semi-finals at Albert Park on Sunday," Prasad said.

"We have not confirmed the date for the final which will be played later."





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