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Fiji FA changes time

Zanzeer Singh
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

THE Fiji Football Association has changed the times for the Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants semi-finals at the ANZ Stadium on Saturday.

The matches have been moved forward by an hour.

The first semi-final between Suva and Rewa will now be played at 3pm and Ba and Lautoka will clash at 5pm.

Suva topped Group A after securing maximum points from three matches. Lautoka was the runner-up with two wins and a loss.

Ba and Rewa were tied with seven points in Group B after two wins and a draw. The Men in Black topped the group with a better goal differential.

The losing semi-finalist will battle for the third and fourth positions at 1pm on Sunday.

The ticket prices are: Grandstand: $15 (adults): $6 (children); Concrete Embankment: $10 (adults), $4 (children); Grass Embankment: $8 (adults), $3 (children).

Tickets will go on sale from today at the Fiji Sports Council office.

Gates will open at 1pm on Saturday and 11am on Sunday.

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