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Nadi and Navua to face-off

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, June 06, 2014

DEFENDING champions Nadi will face Navua in the opening match of the Vodafone Fiji FACT at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori on June 20.

This will be followed by Ba playing Nadroga, Suva against Lautoka and Rewa facing Labasa in the feature match.

Fiji Football Association competitions manager Amitesh Pal said the boy's under-17 competition has been included at the tournament.

Pal says the U17 competition is part of their development program.

The total sponsorship for the tournament is $75,000. The winner will get $15,000 while the runner-up will receive $4000.

Rewa, Labasa, Nadroga and Ba are in Pool A while Pool B has Nadi, Navua, Suva and Lautoka.

Ba has won the title eight times while Navua and Labasa have won it on three occasions.

The semi-finals will be played on June 28 and the final on June 29.

Fixtures: June 20: 1pm Nadi-Navua, 3pm Ba-Nadroga, 5pm Official Opening, 5.30pm Suva- Lautoka, 7.30pm Rewa-Labasa. June 21: 10am U17 Boys, 11.15am U17 Boys, 1pm Navua- Suva, 3pm Nadroga-Labasa, 5pm Lautoka-Nadi, 7pm Ba-Rewa. June 22: 9am U17 Boys,

10.15am U17 Boys, 11.30am Navua-Lautoka, 1.30pm Rewa-Nadroga, 3.30pm Nadi-Suva, 5.30pm Ba-Labasa.








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