November 15, 2012
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Suva clubs to clash in NCC opener

Top Suva clubs, Samabula and Wailoku will clash in the feature match of the opening day of the 2012 National Club Championship tomorrow at Govind Park Ba.

The two sides which have a host of district reps will also bring down the curtains with their clash at 8.45pm.

Ba's 4R Electrical FC and Agriculture FC will officially open the final playoff round of the Kriz Signs sponsored tourney with their Pool encounter at  5pm.

Fellow Ba club, GM United will come up against Rifle Range of Lautoka in the second match at 6.15pm while Lami's Shore Blues will take on Navua's League FC  at 7.30pm.

A new champion will be crowned this year as last season's winner Lokia FC of Rewa failed to qualify for the zonal playoff earlier this month.

Other fixtures are as follows:

Saturday 17/11/12
9.30am  Samabula F C  vs.  League F C  (P2)
10.45am Wailoku F C  vs.  Shore Blues F C  (P2)
12.00noon 4R Electrical F C  vs.  G M Ba F C  (P1)
1.15pm  Rifle Range F C  vs.  Agriculture F C  (P1)
2.30pm  Shore Blues F C  vs.  Samabula F C  (P2)
3.45pm  League F C  vs.  Wailoku F C  (P2)
5.00pm  4R Electrical F C  vs.  Rifle Range F C  (P1)
6.15pm  G M Ba F C  vs.  Agriculture F C  (P1)

 Sunday 18/11/12
9.00am  Semi-final 1 (Winner P1/Runner-up P2)
10.30am Semi-final 2 (Winner P2/Runner –up P1)
 3.00pm  Final (Winner Semi-final 1/Winner Semi-final 2)

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