September 13, 2012
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Protest ruling set for next week: Fiji FA

By Sunil Sharma

Suva’s pending protest against Savusavu will be heard next week, Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar confirms.

“Bearing in mind the traveling expenses, we have decided that the protest will be heard when Savusavu comes down next week for their Viti Levu games,” he said.

The Copra Town boys will face Nadi and Nadroga in their final two matches next week in Viti Levu.

Suva filed a protest against defender Pene Erenio whom the Whites claim was on double yellow cards when he featured against Suva in a game which ended in a draw at Ratu Cakobau Parkj and featured in the game.

The Suva versus Savusavu match was played to a score-less draw.

The Rewa- Tavua protest ruling will also be made on the same day.

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