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Draws change

Arin Kumar
Tuesday, April 29, 2014

LAUTOKA will host Nadi in the lone Super Premier match this Sunday at Churchill Park.

All Super Premier teams were initially scheduled to feature this weekend in the Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League but the Fiji Football Association amended the draws.

Association CEO Bob Kumar said they would give time to Nadi and Ba to complete all their round one games before they start with round two.

"Our council resolution was to complete all round one games before we start afresh with round two and that all teams must start round two together," he said.

"But since Ba and Nadi were playing in the OFC Oceania League, they have some games pending and I think Nadi's match this weekend will complete their round one.

"But Ba still has some games left and we cannot go against our council resolution by playing round two so we will wait for Ba to complete their games in the Oceania League and then we can start with round two."

Meanwhile, Tavua will host Lami at Garvey Park on Saturday and at Muanidevo Primary School in Dreketi, Taveuni will play Nadogo, Bua will face Savusavu and Dreketi take on Seaqaqa.

On Sunday, Nasinu plays host to Northland Tailevu at Buckhurst Park in Suva, Lami travels to Theodore Park to take on Vatukoula while at Muanidevo Primary School Seaqaqa plays Bua and Savusavu battles Taveuni.





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