November 19, 2012
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League sponsorship to increase by 10%

By Sunil Sharma

The sponsors of the National League have decided to increase their sponsorship amount by ten percent for the new season.

CJ Patel Group of Companies will now invest $165,000 compared to $150,000 spent on sponsorship of the National League this year.

National League Board chairman and Fiji FA senior vice president, Sheik Ibrahim confirmed this to FijiLive and said the increase in sponsorship will enable them to do more for the participating districts.

"We are really happy to announce that the sponsorship for the National League will be up by ten percent and our hearty thanks goes to our sponsors who have decided to invest more in the 2013 season."

"Once the papers are formalised then all documentation will be forwarded to the Board of Control which will then decide on the prize allocation for the National League for the new season," said Ibrahim.

The 2013  Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League will commence next month.

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