October 18, 2021
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Futsal League to restart on Wed

The Digicel Futsal League recommences this week with full round of matches in the Southern and Western Division.

In the Southern Division, matches will be played at the FMF Gymnasium on Wednesday.

Rewa will face Tailevu Naitasiri at 6pm, Navua will take on Lami at 7pm and Suva will play Nasinu at 8pm.

In the Western League on Sunday at Nadi Muslim College Futsal Court, Ba will take on Nadroga at 10.30am.

Lautoka will meet Rakiraki at 11.30am, Nadi will battle against Tavua at 12.30pm, Nadroga will play Lautoka at 1.30pm, Tavua and Ba will clash at 2.30pm and Rakiraki and Nadi will bring the curtains down with their clash at 3.30pm.

By Reginald Chandar





 


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