September 22, 2022
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Bula Boys advance into MSG semi's

The Digicel Bula Boys have advanced into the MSG Prime Minister's Cup semi-finals despite a match against the Solomon Islands on Saturday.
 
This is after New Caledonia lost 1-nil in their all-important second match against the Solomon Islands in their Group B encounter yesterday.
 
Alvin Ray's 47th-minute goal has sent  Solomon's to the semis with Fiji while both the teams still have a match in hand to see who tops their pool.
 
Fiji will face the Solomon Islands at 3 pm at the Luganville Soccer Stadium in Vanuatu.
 
The winner will face the runner-up from Group A on Tuesday at 6 pm.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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