November 11, 2012
  Follow @ Twitter

Samabula marches into NCC finals

By Sunil Sharma

A star-studded Samabula Football Club has progressed to the final playoff of the 2012 National Club Championship which will be played at Ba's Govind Park next weekend.

The club with the likes of Suva district reps; Issa Saani, Leone Damudamu, Sedrick Dutt, Joseph Mishra, Nitan Kumar, Joshua Wilson and Eric Nigel Chand defeated Koroqaqa Sports Club 2-0 and was held goal-less by Friends United of Nasinu.

Other clubs that have cemented their place in the finals are Wailoku FC of Suva, Agriculture FC from Tailevu Naitasiri and League FC of Navua and Shore Blues of Lami.

The finals of the Kriz Signs sponsored tourney will be played from 16-18.

Southern Zone Buckhurst/Bidesi Grounds, Suva
Agriculture FC 4-0 Northern Sharks FC, Koroqaqa Sports Club 0-0 Friends United FC,
Shore Blues FC 0-0 Waste Recycles FC,  Agriculture FC 1-1 Wailoku FC,  Koroqaqa Sports Club 0-2 Samabula FC,  Waste Recycles FC 0-8 League FC,  Friends United FC 0-0 Samabula FC, Northern Sharks 0-2 Wailoku FC.

FijiLive
 

B*tch Better Have My Money

PREVIOUS STORY
Ba clubs march into NCC finals
NEXT STORY
Suarez earns point, Terry's return cut short

Post a Comment
Bookmark and Share

 


Posted Comments
No comments, but you can post the first comment!

 


 






SPORTS
Natabua wins first boys title
Natabua High School of Lautoka created Coca Cola Games history at ANZ Stadium today by winning the overall boys title for the first time.
RUGBY
PM leads, FRU new board and profits
Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama has been confirmed to the position of president of the local rugby union body during the Annual General Meeting which also saw the election of new board members, all of whom were nominated by the Suva Rugby Union.
FIJI NEWS
No privatisation, Dr Reddy to work with ex-scholars
Fijiís Minister for Education Dr Mahendra Reddy has gunned down the idea of privatising government boarding schools as he expressed his willingness to work with former students of Adi Cakobau School, Queen Victoria and Ratu Kadavulevu.
HEALTH/FITNESS
Chavez in Venezuela after cancer surgery
President Hugo Chavez surprised and in many cases delighted Venezuelans by returning home on Monday, albeit to an uncertain future, ending a more than two-month absence in Cuba for cancer treatment.
ENTERTAINMENT
Afghan street kid heads for the Oscars red carpet
An Afghan street kid is off to Hollywood and the red-carpet treatment at the Oscars -- a fairytale ending to a chance encounter that led to a starring role in a movie.
TECHNOLOGY
Apple hit by hackers
Apple on Tuesday said it was hit by hackers who wormed their way into the California company's system but evidently failed to steal any data.
NEWS SPORTS INFOTAINMENT SERVICES MOBILE EXTRA HOT TOPICS