October 23, 2017
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Champs Nadi in tough Pacific Cup pool

Defending champion Nadi has been drawn in a tough pool for the 2017 Pacific Cup which will be held in Auckland next month.

The three-time champions are in Group B with arch rivals and 2017 IDC winners Lautoka, AFFA Savusavu All Stars of Australia, NZFFI Auckland All Stars and Manukau All Stars.

Fiji FACT and BOG winner Rewa is in Group A with 2016 IDC winner Labasa, last year’s Pacific Cup runner-up NZFFI All Stars, USA All Stars and Northshore All Stars.

The pools of the Pacific Cup were drawn in Auckland today and the tournament will be played at Bill McKinley Park in Panmure from November 22-26.

Nadi defeated NZFFI All Stars 1-0 in the final at Prince Charles Park last year.

Former Fiji U20 Captain Mataiasi Toma netted the winner for the Jetsetters.

By Reginald Chandar 


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