November 17, 2012
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Samabula, League, GM Utd secure NCC spots

By Sunil Sharma

Samabula, League FC and GM United have secured their spots in the semi finals of the 2012 Kriz Signs National Club Championship scheduled for tomorrow.

 Samabula toped pool two with six points from two win a loss - winning 5-0 over Shore Blues, won 3-0 over Wailoku and lost 3-2 against League FC.

On other hand League FC came from a goal down to beat Wailoku 2-1 to seal a semi final berth. They finished as runners-up from pool two behind Samabula.

Meanwhile, from pool one, GM United have also secured their spot with four points from a win and a draw. They will play Agriculture FC in their final pool game which will be treated as a formality.

4R Electrical is currently playing Riffle Range in a pool one clash and just need a draw to progress into tomorrow’s semi final.

The first semi final will start at 9 tomorrow morning and the second to kick-off at 10.30am.

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