THE Kamal Swamy coached Nadi side will have to wait another week to regain the top placing in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League after its match against Navua was called off yesterday.
The Fiji Football Association National League Board called off all the matches that were scheduled at Prince Charles Park due to the unfavourable ground conditions.
The other match that was supposed to be played was between Suva and Nadroga.
A win to Jacks Nadi in the fixture would have assured the Jetsetters a top placing after the first round.
Heavy rain over night made Prince Charles Park unplayable.
The matches that were scheduled for Govind Park yesterday between Tavua-Savusavu and Ba-Labasa were cancelled earlier last week due to the adverse weather conditions. Govind Park has since been closed in preparation for the final round of the Oceania Football Confederation Under-20 playoffs on March 29.
Ba leads the NFL with 21 points, followed by Nadi on 19 points, Labasa on 17 points, Suva on 16 points and Lautoka round up the top five with 12 points.
Fiji Under-20 team's final warm up game which was supposed to be played against Lautoka at Churchill Park yesterday was also cancelled.