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Vulivuli for FACT finals

Zanzeer Signh
Saturday, June 28, 2014

TOP female whistle blower Finau Vulivuli has been named on the 12 member panel to officiate at the semi-finals and final of the Vodafone Fiji FACT at Ratu Cakobau Park this weekend.

Vulivuli a FIFA badge holder is one of the four referee's on the panel.

She has a wealth of experience having officiated at the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2011 and the under-20 World Cups in 2008, 2010 and 2012.

Fiji Football Association referee's director Paresh Kishore said the match officials for the semi-finals and final had been appointed after an assessment of their performance during the pool stage.

Kishore said the match officials performed well last week.

"There was only one send off," he said.

"The officiating was done professionally and there were no controversial moments. We have not received any major complaints from the team officials."

Panel: Referees- Finau Vulivuli, Ravitesh Behari, Sunil Narayan, Rakesh Varman. Assistant Referees-Rakesh Chandra, Aten Kumar, Eron Reddy, Nishil Varman, Avinesh Narayan, Jone Ravouvou, Yogneesh Nair, Ajesh Prasad.





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