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Support for secondary schools soccer

Rashneel Kumar
Friday, August 02, 2013

THE Fiji Secondary Schools Football Association received $20,500 to host this year's tournament.

The Tuckers Ice Cream Fiji Secondary Schools Soccer Championship will be held at Subrail Park in Labasa from August 15 to 18.

Major sponsors Goodman Fielder presented $13,500 while Fiji Football Association gave $7000 to help stage the tournament.

Fiji Secondary Schools Football Association president Aminesh Ram thanked both organisations for their support and promised an exciting tournament.

"It's not easy to take a tournament to Labasa considering the costs and other factors. We are thankful for the support from Tuckers and Fiji Football," he said.

Goodman Fielder general manager Chris Zaayman said they were committed to help with youth development in the country.

The tournament will have under-15, U17 and U19 grade competitions.

U19 pools

Pool 1 - Tavua College, Naleba College, Drasa Secondary, Nadi College, Queen Victoria; Pool 2 - Nukuloa College, Labasa College, Tilak High, Nawai Secondary, Gospel High; Pool 3 - Kamil Muslim, Sri Gurunanak Khalsa, Nadroga 1, Saraswati College, Cathedral; Pool 4 - Balata High, Vunimoli High, Nadroga 2, Vashist Muni, Baulevu High





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