May 25, 2022
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Senior teams to feature in President's Cup

Three senior division teams will feature in the 2022 Fiji FA President’s Cup challenge during the 2022 Digicel Fiji FACT at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka.

Lami, Northland Tailevu and Tavua will compete in the challenge while current leader Rakiraki has opted not to participate.

The President’s Cup was initiated at 2020 and played during the Fiji FACT in Labasa where senior districts from the Northern Division participated.

Savusavu was crowned the champion with former national striker Maciu Dunadamu netting the win.
 
Northland Tailevu and Lami will kick start the challenge at 10am on Friday at Lawaqa Park.

Tavua will play Lami at midday on Saturday and the final match will be between Tavua and Northland Tailevu at midday on Sunday.

By Reginald Chandar

 


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