November 08, 2012
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T/Naitasiri to host first leg of PR series

By Sunil Sharma
 

Premier champs Tailevu will host Savusavu in the opening leg of the 2012 Promotion Relegation Series at Ratu Cakobau Park next Sunday.

Savusavu wanted to host the opener at home but agreed to the away match on the request of Tailevu Naitasiri officials.

Tailevu Naitasiri boss Sandeep Roy thanked Savusavu officials for their understanding as Nausori's Ratu Cakobau Park will be closed for maintenance after the 18th.

"We actually mentioned about this to Savusavu officials and I thank them for agreeing to come over and play us in the first match," Roy told FijiLive.

"I also want to thank the Nausori Town Council for agreeing to host our match as initially they had planned to close the ground on the 15th."

Savusavu will host Tailevu Naitasiri on the 25th in the return leg at Ganilau Park.

The winner of the two legged series will get the chance to play in the super premier division in the new season.

The kick-off time for both games will be finalized later.

FijiLive




 

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