FIJI Football Association development manager Farouk Janeman says Ba's success is due to its ongoing development program.
Janeman, a former Ba and national rep, said soccer is in the heart of the Ba residents.
He said Ba's all time record speaks volumes of this proud achievement.
"Not all districts are taking their development programs seriously," Janeman said.
"In Ba things are much different. Ba develops its young talents and they are given the break at the right time.
"By giving the players game time they develop their skills and adopt the pattern of play."
Janeman said most districts import players from other districts to strengthen their team.
He said Ba's policy of utilising its own players has reaped rewards for the district.
The former national rep said there is an abundance of talent in Ba.
"Many of the Ba players have gone on to represent other districts in the country," Janeman said.
"The likes of Isoa Ratuva, Manoa Masi, Petero Dauniseka, Joeli Ranitu and Isikeli Seva to name a few have donned the jersey of other districts.
"Recruiting players from another district has both its advantages and disadvantages. The advantage is that the team is strengthened.
"The Ba boys provide a high level of skill. However, by recruiting players the district denies the opportunity of its own players to make up the team."
Janeman said it is the prerogative of the district associations and pridde for their colours which should determine whether to get in players from outside.
"However, the district must realise that development is a vital component in laying a strong platform," Janeman said.