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U19 set for battle

Paulini Ratulailai
Sunday, January 28, 2018

THE Vodafone under-19 youth football league will start on February 10.

Fiji Football Association competition manager Amitesh Pal said the league was the progression of players in the U18 from last year to U19 this season.

"This league will be utilised as a selection medium for players for the Oceania Football Confederation U19 Championship to be played in Tahiti in August this year," Pal said.

Pal said Fiji FA development officers would be communicating with participating districts to discuss preparation of teams.

"The matches will be played on zonal basis (double round robin) before the winners of each zone meet for a final playoff to decide the National Youth Champion."

Last year Labasa, Rewa and Nadi qualified for the final playoffs which was won by Nadi.








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