November 17, 2012
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NCC semi match-ups finalised

The stage is set for the 2012 Kriz Signs National Club Championship winner to be declared with 4R Electrial beating Rifle Range 10-0 in their final pool game to complete the semi match-ups tomorrow at Govind Park.

The Ba club will play Navua's League FC in the first semi final at 9am before GM Ba take on Samabula at 10.30am in the second match-up.

Meanwhile, in the final pool game between GM United and Agriculture, the former won 1-0.

NCC Final Day: 9am 4R Electrical v League FC. 10.30am GM Ba v Samabula.3pm Final

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