August 15, 2020
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Ba enters BOG semis with best record

Traditional giants of Fiji football, Ba enters the 2020 Punjas Battle of the Giants semifinals with the best winning record.

The Men In Black have won the title 17 times and have featured in 24 finals since the inception of the tournament in 1978.

Rewa is the second most successful team.

The Delta Tigers have won the BOG 8 times and lost in 5 finals.

Suva last won the tournament in 1995 and has 3 titles to its name while Nadi's last win was in 1996 and the Jetsetters have 5 BOG titles in the bag.

Priceline Pharmacy sponsored- Ba will meet Delta One Auto Repairs sponsored- Rewa in the first semifinal at 2pm while All in One Builders (NZ) sponsored- Nadi will battle against Flow Valves/Island Accommodation sponsored- Suva in the second semifinal at 4pm.

By Reginald Chandar

 


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