IT was a sorry sight at the Nadovu Park as there were no shelter and seats for the teams. The reserve players of the premier and under-14 teams had to sit on the ground in the rain because there were no marquee.
THE Mikasa ball is being used in the Courts IDC. The Mikasa ball which has the FIFA certified stamp has replaced the Mitre ball previously used by the Fiji FA.
FIJI FA president Rajesh Patel has commended the National Football League board and new secretary Amitesh Pal for recording a profit this year. The 2013 league recorded a profit of $72,125 compared to the $10,594 loss last year. Patel said the concept of hosting two games at one venue showed positive results. "This is something that we feel is a move in the right direction," he added.
THERE was a bit of a panic in the Ba camp after it was realised that the jerseys were missing. However, after a few calls it was found that the box containing the uniforms was misplaced in Suva and had to be rushed to the West at midday yesterday.
COPIES of the new Constitution are being offered to fans for free during the Courts IDC at Churchill Park in Lautoka.