November 19, 2016
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NZFFI All Stars remain in contention

2014 Champions, New Zealand Fiji Football Inc (NZFFI) All Stars remain in contention for a semifinal spot in the Pacific Cup after outclassing Australia Fiji Football Association (AFFA) All Stars 4-1 in their third match at Prince Charles Park today.

Striker Abbu Zahid got a brace of goals in the first half and James Hoyt added two more after the break to seal the win.

AFFA All Stars managed to get a consolation goal through Jordon Murray late in the match.

The result pushes AFFA All Stars out of the tournament although they have a match to play against defending champions Nadi later today.

NZFFI All Stars will face Labasa in their final pool match at 6.15pm.

By Reginald Chandar


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