November 07, 2012
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Fiji FA announces NCC pools

By Sunil Sharma

The 2012 Kriz Signs National Club Championship pool draws were done today at Fiji FA Headquarters in Vatuwaqa Suva.

Ten clubs from the Southern district were drawn into three pools while the West teams were grouped into two pools.

Five clubs from the South and three from the West will qualify for the finals next week.

The Southern Zonal games will be played over two days beginning on 10 November at Buckhurst Park while the West games will be a one-day event on 11 November at Prince Charles Park, Nadi.

The winner of the NCC will receive $2,000 while the runners-up will get $1,000 dollars.

The qualifications is as follows:
Western Division - 3 Clubs (2 pool winners and best runner up)
Southern Division- 5 Clubs (3 pool winners and best 2 runner up)

South
Pool 1

Agriculture FC (Tailevu Naitasiri), Northern Sharks (Lami) and Wailoku (Suva).
Pool 2
Koroqaqa Sports Club (Tailevu Naitasiri), Friends United (Nasinu), Samabula FC (Suva) and Barbarians (Navua).
Pool 3
Shore Blues (Lami), Waste Recycles (Nasinu) and League FC (Navua)

West
Pool 1

DCA Sports Club (Nadi),Press Soccer Club  (Lautoka) and GM United (Ba).
Pool 2
Malolo (Nadi), Rifle Range (Lautoka) and 4R Electrical (Ba).

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