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Nakasi, Waidra to battle for Rewa football cup quarter-final berth

Emoni Narawa
Monday, May 05, 2014

THE winner of Nakasi Lions and Waidra will qualify for the quarter-finals of the Rewa Football Association's new competition known as the Rewa FA Cup.

The match was scheduled to be played yesterday, however, Waidra Football Club did not turn up, resulting in the match being postponed to another date.

Rewa FA team director Mohinesh Prasad said the game would be played at another date.

"We will confirm later when these two teams will play," he said.

"It was supposed to be played this morning (yesterday) but Waidra failed to turn up."

Prasad said the new format was organised to help the third division (Premier) teams play against the first division (Super 12) sides and second division (Super Premier) teams.

"This is a new format being put into place for the first time this year.

"The reason we organised this competition was to have the third division teams play against the top sides in the Super 12 division."








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