November 18, 2012
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4R Electrical are 2012 NCC champions

Two second half goals ensured 4R Electrical claim the 2012 Kriz Signs National Club championship crown.

Scored were locked into the breather 1-all before Malakai Tiwa and Laisenia Raura found the back of the nett in the 52nd and 54th minutes respectively to seal the win.

But, it was GM United that drew first blood with an 18th minute goal via Peter Hughes before Jone Vesikula cancelled out the lead in the 24th minute with the equalizer for 4R.

4R also took home $2000 for their efforts while GM United bagged $1000.

4R Electrical defeated Navua’s League FC 4-0 in the first semi final whilst GM United came through after defeating Samabula FC 3-2 in the other semi final.

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