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Soccer: Eight schools book spots in quarterfinals

By SHAYAL DEVI
Saturday, August 16, 2014

Update: 11:17AM THE eight schools that will feature in the Vodafone Fiji Secondary Schools Soccer Championship quarter-finals this afternoon have been determined.

After the last games of the group stages at Ba's Govind Park this morning, it is clear that a new winner will be crowned this year after Drasa Secondary School lost in the group stage.

In the first quarter-final, Penang Sangam High School will go head to head with Shree Guru Nanak Khalsa College.

In the second match, Kamil Muslim College will play Labasa Muslim College.

Balata High School will meet Vunimoli Islamia College and Nadi College will play Saraswati College.








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