ORGANISERS of the LICI Cricket Fiji Easter Tournament are predicting a repeat of last year's final.
This was after the last two semi-finals for the tournament were confirmed after the last round of competition at Albert Park yesterday.
Komo and Lakeba will meet defending champions Suva Warriors and last year's finalist Moce respectively who had booked their semi's spot by finishing unbeaten in pool play.
In yesterday's games, the Wests were nine for 123 and in reply Kabara were six for 24 when they forfeited the games.
Oneata were nine for 100 and Komo were two for 38 after eight overs before play was washed out.
Tournament director Michael Quinn said the 'Duckworth Lewis Method' was used as rain forced play to stop.
"That resulted in Komo winning the game by two runs," Quinn said.
"The whole day of competition had some very tight games since the semi-final spots were on the line."
"And now that we know who is playing who, we can say the Warriors and Moce are favourites and are likely to meet in the final once again," he said.