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Business house soccer continues

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, May 17, 2014

THE Suva Business House Football Association weekly competition continues to gain momentum with round five games to be held today.

The revived weekly league games have seven teams participating.

In the round four games held at the USP grounds on Saturday last week, Digicel and Vodafone played to a nil all draw, FEA upset USP 2-1 and ANZ overcame J.S.Hill side by 3-1.

Association president Navneel Naidu said with four rounds completed, participating teams were showcasing their class and skills.

"The competition is intensifying as we progress through to each round of games," Naidu said.

"However, whilst in mind the strong competition the motive of fostering good relations amongst corporate business houses is kept intact."

Digicel still leads the points table on seven points followed by Coca-Cola on six and Vodafone on five.








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