BA team manager Arvind Singh believes the new regulations which prevent district teams from recruiting foreign players for local tournaments is a positive move.
Singh said Ba had once again proven they could win titles with local players after bagging the Courts Inter-District Championship in Lautoka on Sunday.
Ba defeated Nadi 2-1 in the final to bag its 23rd title.
He said teams such as Lautoka and Rewa, which had foreign players, failed to function as a team.
"I believe the Fiji Football Association has made the right decision," Singh said.
"It is a waste of money to get overseas players and they don't perform. That money should be channelled into development.
"In this IDC we fielded seven youngsters. This is just to give them exposure at a high level."
The seven youngsters were Antonio Tuivuna, Manasa Jr Nawakula, Narendra Rao, Saula Waqa Matayalo, Sitiveni Cavuilagi, Patrick Sarwan and Epeli Lairoti.
To celebrate the IDC win, a float procession through Ba Town will be held this Saturday. The victorious soccer side will be joined by the Ba rugby team which won the B Division title.
Meanwhile, the Men in Black have opted out of the Pacific Cup which will be played in New Zealand next month.
This leaves Nadi, Labasa and Suva as Fiji's representatives.
The Fiji Football Association is expected to announce Ba's replacement soon.