October 14, 2012
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Central College, Ba Primary retain titles

The Secondary and Primary Schools titles in the 2012 Inter District Championship remain in the Western Division after Central College and Ba Primary retained their titles in style here at Govind Park in Ba.

Ba Primary defeated Lautoka Primary 1-0 in the final through a first half goal to striker Emosi Navaba while Central College overcame a tough challenge from Labasa Muslim College to win 1-0 in extra time.

Midfielder Samuela Qavi took advantage of a defensive blunder to drive home the advantage for the Lautoka based school which boasted the likes of Setareki Delana, Eran Edward and Captain Rusiate Matarerega.

Ba Primary won $500 while Central College walked away with $1000.

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