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No top 8 date yet

Manoj Kumar
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

NO decision has been made yet as to the cut-out date to determine the eight teams that will take part in Vodafone Fiji FACT and the Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants tournaments this year.

Fiji FA media officer Moiz Munif said 'no date has been set yet' and that "the way things are going" there was a likelihood that the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League would finish before the first tournament.

Only eight teams will play in the FACT and BOG as games would be played over 90 minutes.

As it stands, Tavua (0 points), Nadroga (2) and Savusavu (2) lie in the danger zone.

The first round of the Vodafone Fiji FACT will be played at Subrail Park over June 15-16 with the tournament proper to be staged at Prince Charles Park, Nadi, from June 21-23.

The Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants opening games will be at Govind Park over August 10-11 with the main event to be staged at Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori, from August 16-18.

The Courts IDC, to be played over 60 minutes, with all 10 super premier districts participating will be held over October 9-13 at Churchill Park, Lautoka.





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