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Ba's national league games moved to later date

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, May 16, 2014

BA'S remaining Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League matches will be played after the Oceania Football Confederation under-20 Championship in Suva from May 23-31.

The 4R Electrical Men in Black have matches remaining against Suva, Nadi and Labasa.

Fiji Football Association competitions manager Amitesh Pal said these matches would be played in early June.

Pal said all round one matches would be completed before the beginning of round two.

"There will be a two week break before the Vodafone Fiji FACT next month," he said.

"After the Fiji FACT, there will be a one week break to allow the teams to recover. Thereafter the league competition will resume. The competition is expected to be completed by mid-August."

Rewa, Nadroga, Lautoka and Navua have completed all seven matches in the first round.

Suva leads the competition with 18 points followed by Nadi with 15, Labasa with 12, Ba with 10, Rewa with 8, Nadroga with 4 and Lautoka and Navua with 3 points each.

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