June 26, 2012
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BOG draws confirmed for tomorrow

By Sunil Sharma

Fiji Football will tomorrow carry out pool draws of next month’s Battle of the Giants tournament to commence at 10am at its headquarters in Vatuwaqa.

This was confirmed to FijiLive by Football House CEO, Bob Kumar following confirmation of Nadroga’s place in the top eight.

Defending champions Rewa and hosts Lautoka will top the seeding in a tournament which will for the first time feature only the top eight teams in the current National League standings minus Tavua and Savusavu.
 
The tournament will commence on July 21-22 with round one of games, the venue for which will be finalised tomorrow, and will conclude on the weekend of July 26-29 at Churchill Park.

This will be second time games in a major tournament will be played to 90 minutes.

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