October 15, 2016
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Champs out, Australia marches into final

A new champion will be crowned in the 2016 FANCA World Cup at Nadi’s Prince Charles Park tomorrow after reigning champion New Zealand failed to make the last four after round-robin competition.

The Kiwis bowed out after losing their all-important match 3-0 to host Fiji yesterday.

Australia has booked its spot in the final after ending its final round-robin match with a 0-0 draw against host Fiji.

Australia topped the competition with 8 points with 2-1 wins over USA and Canada and goal-less draws against Fiji and New Zealand.

Fiji and Canada will play in a semi-final playoff match later tonight to determine the second team in the final.

The grand finale of the 2016 Digicel FANCA World Cup will be played at 3pm tomorrow.

By Reginald Chandar

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