November 09, 2012
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Barbarians axing prompt NCC changes

Only 15 teams will take part in the 2012 Kriz Signs National Club Championship.

This is after Barbarians Club of Navua was deemed ineligible because of registration issues.

The change has also prompted Fiji FA to reshuffle the Southern Zone play-off which has been reduced to a 1-day competition, to be played Sunday, 11 November similar to the West playoffs.

Fixtures
Western Zone
Prince Charles Park, Nadi (Ground 2)

8.30am DCA Sports v Press Sports, 9.45 Malolo Transmitter v Rifle Range, 12.30pm  DCA v GM Ba, 1.45 Malolo Transmitter v 4R Electrical Ba, 4 Press v GM Ba, 5.15 Rifle Range v 4R Electrical Ba

Southern Zone
Buckhurst Park

9am Agriculture v Northern Sharks, 10.15 Shore Blues v Waste Recycles, 12.15 Agriculture v Wailoku FC, 1.45 Waste Recycles v League FC, 3.30 Friends United v Samabula, 5 Shore Blues FC v League FC
Bidesi Park
9am Koroqaqa Sports Club v Friends United FC, 12.15 Koroqaqa Sports Club v Samabula FC,3.30 Northern Sharks v Wailoku FC

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