November 12, 2012
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Ba, Suva NCC reps in same pool

Pool draws for the finals of the 2012 Kriz Signs National Club Championship was held this afternoon at the Fiji Football Association headquarters in Vatuwaqa with the Suva and Ba representatives grouped together.

The NCC will be held on 16-18 November at Govind Park in Ba.

Competition will begin at 5pm Friday with four games. The championship culminates with the final on Sunday.

The winner gets $2000.

Pool One:
GM Ba FC (Ba)
Rifle Range FC (Lautoka)
Agriculture FC (Tailevu Naitasiri)
4R Electrical FC (Ba)

Pool Two:
League FC (Navua)
Shore Blues FC (Lami)
Wailoku FC (Suva)
Samabula FC (Suva)

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