October 10, 2010
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2010 IDC semis/final in Suva: FFA

By Lavenia Vuadreu
Fiji Football Association President Dr Shams Ud-Dean Sahu Khan has revealed that the semifinals and finals of the 2010 Courts IDC will be played in Suva.

This  after a whole day's games had to be moved a day further due to the adverse weather conditions experienced in Suva on Friday and Saturday.

“We have decided that we will continue here at the TFL Stadium next week,” Dr Sahu Khan said.

“It will now be played on Sunday.

“This is a one day event.”  he told FijiLive.com

Dr Sahu Khan says the initial program will change slightly. 

Fiji FA chief executive officer Bob Kumar confirmed the changes.

“The times however will change as the schools finals which was scheduled for the day as well will be played tomorrow,," he said 

"The times for the semifinals will remain the same whilst the times for the finals will be forwarded since won’t be playing the schools finals on the day ,” Kumar said.

Teams that qualify into the semifinals will be notified accordingly.

The Fiji FA decided to postpone the semifinals and finals following adverse weather conditions experienced in the country on the opening day of the tournament.

The tournament was to have ended tomorrow according to the initial schedule. 

Revised Fixtures for semifinals and finals is as stated below:

Sunday, October 17
9am Semifinal Winner SP1 – R/UP SP2, 10.30 Semifinal Winner SP2 – R/UP SP1, 1.30pm Premier Final,

3pm Super Premier Final


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