September 21, 2022
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Fiji FA to rule on Rewa's protest on Sun

Fiji Football Association will make its ruling on the protest filed by Rewa against Nadroga during its board meeting on Sunday.
The Delta Tigers following their 2-2 draw in the Digicel Premier League had filed a protest claiming that Nadroga failed to field an U19 player in the fixture and this violated the competition rule set by the parent body where every district was required to start an U19 player.
Fiji FA chief executive Mohammed Yusuf confirmed the decision on the protest will be made and relayed to the teams.
He also rubbished rumours about Lautoka's protest against Rewa.
"No protest has been filed by Lautoka against Rewa and the only protest that we will look at is the one filed by Rewa against Nadroga."
By Romeka Romena  

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