November 14, 2012
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Vakatalesau awaits fate, NCC final looms

By Sunil Sharma

Fiji Football Association will review the referees’ report today before deciding on the next course of action to take on 4R Electrical Ba striker, Osea Vakatalesau ahead of the Kriz Sings National Club Championship final.

Vakatalesau was red card in the first round of games last Sunday for violent conduct against Malolo FC.

Vakatalesau had already has missed one NCC game against Riffle Range in their 2-1 win in a round one match-up.

Friday, 16 November
5pm 4R Electrical Ba v Agriculture FC, 6.15 GM Ba FC v Rifle Range FC, 7.30 Shore Blues FC v League FC, 8.45 Wailoku FC v Samabula FC

Saturday, 17 November
9.30am Samabula FC v League FC, 10.45 Wailoku FC v Shore Blues FC, 12midday 4R Electrical FC v GM Ba FC, 1.15pm Rifle Range FC v Agriculture FC, 2.30 Shore Blues FC v Samabula FC, 3.45 League FC v Wailoku FC, 5 4R Electrical FC v Rifle Range FC, 6.15 GM Ba FC v Agriculture FC

Sunday, 18 November
9am Semi final 1, 10.30am Semi final 2, 3 Final, 4.30pm Presentation

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