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Vodafone Fiji sponsors NCC 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Update: 4:08PM VODAFONE Fiji has given $15,000 towards the National Club Championship (NCC) as part of its second-year sponsorship.

Sponsorship manager Adriu Vakarau said they were proud to once again partner with Fiji FA to support the development of the sport.

"Through our sponsorship, we continue to strengthen this relationship," Vakarau said.

"This is a true reflection of our passion and commitment towards the sport we support at all levels in the country and we're proud to be the name behind football in Fiji."

The games will kick off this weekend at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori and Prince Charles Park in Nadi.

Southern Zone playoffs:

Group A - Kasavu FC, Lokia Landing FC, Bureta FC

Group B - Raymonds FC, Navuso Barbarians FC, League FC

Group C - Waidalice FC, Civic FC, Calia Eagles FC

Western Zone playoffs:

Group A - FC City United, 4R Electric FC, Blues FC

Group B - Ranges FC, Nailaga FC, Downtown FC

Group C - Service Sports Club, DVA Sports club, Greenstar FC

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