July 10, 2017
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Lions receive sponsorship boost

Host Labasa has received a timely sponsorship boost ahead of the 2017 INKK Mobile Battle Of Giants.

Fast growing restaurant chain Lunch Box today signed as the Babasiga Lions official sponsor for the tournament, for an undisclosed amount.

Labasa FA Secretary Varun Anand told FijiLive the sponsorship will greatly assist them in managing the camping expense of the team and player allowances.

“We are grateful to Mr Vinesh Dayal and his company for stepping in at the right time to assist the team. The sponsorship will surely boost the morale and confidence of the team further,” he said.

Anand said the preparation for the tournament has been on track and the team marched into camp last Friday.

“All the players are in camp and we are having one full session daily under Head Coach Gurjit Singh. The players are in high spirits and we will wrap up preparations by Wednesday.”

Labasa has retained the same squad which featured in the Fiji FACT and former youth rep Mohammed Waseem and defender Ilaisa Nayasi who recently graduated from the Fiji Police Force officer training programme are the only new inclusions.

Lunch Box Labasa will open its campaign against All Freights Logistics Suva at 7.30pm on Friday.

By Reginald Chandar


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