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Business house soccer resumes after break

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, May 07, 2014

THE Suva Business House Football Association competition has started after a month-long break.

The association, which was revived earlier this year, was on a break because of the Easter tournaments.

Competition resumed last Saturday with the round three games at the USP grounds.

Fiji Electricity Authority created the biggest upset of the round after the side managed to hold on the mighty Vodafone side 0-0 while Coca-Cola thrashed J S Hill & Associates 4-0.

"After the first three rounds of games, Digicel and Coca-Cola are leading the league on 6 points each, however, Digicel is ranked ahead because of a superior goal difference, followed by USP and Vodafone on 4 points each," association president Navneel Naidu said.

Seven teams are taking part in the weekly competition.

Fixtures (Saturday at the USP ground) - 2pm FEA-Coca-Cola, 3.15 ANZ-J S Hill, 4.30 Vodafone-USP








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