September 08, 2012
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Pool 2 will make games exciting: Kumar

By Sunil Sharma

Pool 2 matches of the 2012 Inter District Championship in Ba will draw huge interest from football fans, says Fiji FA chief executive Bob Kumar.

Speaking to FijiLive after the pool draws in Suva today, Kumar said the Pool which comprises of host Ba, Fiji FACT champs Suva, in-form Nadi, former champs Rewa and unpredictable Savusavu will surely give fans a lot of entertainment and top standard of football.

"Well you can call pool two as pool of death but as we have seen from past experience that teams from both pools that will be participating will come fully prepared”, Kumar said.

“They all have to fight it out in their own pool if they will want to qualify for the semi final”

“Pool two will really build the hype as we have some top districts in the same group. This does not mean that Pool 1 is weak as in tournaments, anything can happen and there will be no outright favorite from the beginning."

Courts Fiji Limited handed  $105,000 in total sponsorship for the tournament which will feature super premier, premier, secondary and primary schools.

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