October 13, 2016
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Champs NZ held in FANCA World Cup

Defending champion New Zealand has registered two consecutive draws in the 2016 Digicel FANCA World Cup at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.

New Zealand was held to a goal-less draw in its opening match against Australia last night and today the Kiwis were held to a 2-2 draw by Canada.

Host nation Fiji played to a 1-1 draw against the United States of America and faces Canada later tonight while USA will play Australia.

Results so far:

Day 2:  (Over 40)-NZ 0-0 Canada, Fiji 1-0 Australia; (Over 35)-NZ 5-1 Australia; (Main)-NZ 2-2 Canada.

Day 1: (Over 35)-USA 4-2 NZ, Fiji 3-0 Australia; (Main)-Australia 0-0 NZ, Fiji 1-1 USA.

By Reginald Chandar

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