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Pravin Narain
Monday, June 19, 2017



Rewa's Samuela Kautoga was the player of the day four featuring in the semi-final against Labasa. He was one of the hardworking players for Rewa especially in defence and went upfront to add firepower with the strikers.



Rewa midfielder Tevita Waranivalu showed a lot of determination in the final against Nadi. He launched a number of attacks for the host team and worked tirelessly to maintain their 1-nil lead in the second half.



Suva striker Ravinesh Karan Singh proved to be the best striker after scoring four goals for the Capital City side.

Golden glove


SteelMAN Simione Tamanisau was the best goalkeeper in the 2017 Vodafone Fiji FACT after his daring performance against Labasa in the semi-final and then in the final against Nadi.


to stay

Rewa president Nazeel Buksh told this newspaper he will stay as president with his executives until Rewa's annual congress in August. He said it was important for them to see Rewa complete the 2017 season as their ultimate goal was to qualify for the OFC Champions League again. "The Rewa board and the council and I have decided that the current executives will continue until August when the season ends and we will have our annual congress and something will be decided. We will complete the season before we decide anything on me and the current executives future."



Nadi received $4000 after finishing the tournament as the runner-up to host Rewa. Coach Babs Khan said his plan was now to work with the development squad especially under-14 football team to build them into a good footballers.

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