November 20, 2016
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Sydney Ba, Canada to clash in final

The grand final of the 2016 International Veterans Tournament will be contested between Sydney Ba and Canada Masters this afternoon after the two overseas sides registered wins in their semifinal clashes this morning at Prince Charles Park.

Sydney Ba overcame hosts Nadi 4-2 in penalty shootout to book their place in the final while former Navua and Rewa striker Patrick Wise scored a last minute winner as Canada Masters defeated favorites Ba Legends 1-0 in the second semifinal.

In the quarterfinals last night, Nadi defeated NZ Tavua 3-1, Sydney Ba overcame Rakiraki 2-1, Canada beat Lautoka 2-0 and Ba registered a 1-0 win over NZ Lautoka.

The final is scheduled to commence at 2.30pm.

By Reginald Chandar

Rythm


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