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Delta Tigers has no plans for BOG win celebrations

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, September 03, 2014

THERE are no current plans for a major celebration for the Rewa soccer team.

However, they are planning to have a thanksgiving function for the players to commend them for their 2-1 win over Lautoka in the final of the Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants tournament that was held last Sunday.

Rewa Football Association president Nazeel Buksh said they would decide on the celebrations later.

"We don't have any plans yet (for celebrations) and we haven't decided anything yet," he said.

"But we will definitely have that (thanksgiving) and distribute the prizemoney among the players."

Buksh said they were now turning their focus to the Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League because they still had some games remaining.

"We stand an outside chance of finishing second on the National League points table and we have two games remaining."

Buksh said their next focus would be the Inter-District Champion (IDC) where Rewa would be the team to beat.

"After the BOG win, we have become the targets for the other teams and they would all be gunning to beat Rewa. And there will be high expectation from the fans on the players and the team and we would need to move up a gear to live up to those expectations at the IDC."

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