November 17, 2012
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Lautoka rope in 4 NZ reps for Pacific Cup

By Sunil Sharma

Lautoka FA has registered four New Zealand based players in their 25-member squad for the Pacific Cup which will be played on 21-15 November at Mount Smart Stadium in Auckland.

Trishaal Naidu, the son of former Blues rep Gajen Naidu has been roped into the squad alongside All Whites U20 triallist Ethan Galbraith.

Astlee Lee is another player who trialled for the All Whites U23s for the last London Olympics while Zane Sole has played in New Zealand Football’s club competition.

Lautoka soccer secretary Reginald Goundar told FijiLive they are thankful to former rep Gajen Naidu who resides in New Zealand for assisting them to bolster their chances for the tournament.

“Indeed we are really thankful for Gajen for coming on board to assist LFA for the Auckland tourney,” Goundar said.

Lautoka is seeded in pool A with Ba, Sydney, New Zealand Nadi and New Zealand Labasa.

Lautoka full squad is as follows:
Jone Sorolo, Noa Vukica, Zibraaz Sahib, Gerard Voi, Simon Prakash, Joape Nalatu, Shoeb Ali, Dave Radrigai, Liesari  Qalica, Mohammed Taslim, Mitieli Namuka, Jone Kaloutani, Shiva Goundar, Edward Aaron, Isikeli Jeke Keli, Javed Hussain, Arvindra Naidu, Kenneth Onyema,  Alivereti Baleloa, Sota Yamazaki, Jone Vonu, Ethan Galbraith, Trishaal Naidu Astlee Lee Zane Sole

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