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Nadi football league battle heats up

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, June 03, 2014

DISTRICT rep Arvin Pratap guided his ATMS Australia Eels team to a 1-0 victory against Southern Cross in the Nadi Football Association local league competition at Prince Charles Park on Sunday.

With the win the Eels move to the top of the Super Premier Pool B points table. The side remains unbeaten after two matches. In another Super Premier fixture, Aims Rental Navakai FC beat Grand Melanesian Aries FC Two 3-1.

Association chief executive officer Salen Kumar said full round of club games would be played this Sunday.

Kumar said the district reps would be featuring for their respective clubs since they had finished their Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League round one schedule.

"There will be some interesting battles on Sunday," he said.

"Gandhi Sports One and Namaka Football One are tied with four points in Pool A."

In the Premier Division, FSC Navo thrashed Malolo Two 4-0, Gandhi Sports Two defeated Vanua Impex Kerebula 4-1, Nasco United went down to Nawaicoba Youth 1-0, Namaka Football Two and Newlife Pharmacy Aries FC Two drew 0-0 while Lukia United beat Qeleloa Youth Two 2-1.


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