November 13, 2012
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Nausori to host first leg of PR

The first leg of the 2012 Promotion Relegation Series will be played at Nausori’s Ratu Cakobau Park Sunday, Fiji Football confirmed today.

The match is scheduled for a 3pm kick-off featuring Tailevu Naitasiri and Savusavu as they vie for the last available spot in the new season of the National Football League set to start next month.

The second leg will be played next Sunday at Ganilau Park.

2012 Fiji Football Association Promotion Relegation series
Sunday November 18, 2012

First Leg
Ratu Cakobau Park, Nausori
3pm Tailevu Naitasiri vs Savusavu

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