August 16, 2022
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League first then BOG, says Khan

Suva Coach Babs Khan says they are focused on winning the Digicel Premier League match against Labasa on Saturday before heading into the 2022 Punjas Battle of the Giants tournament in Lautoka next week.
 
The Fiji FACT winning mentor said their aim from the start of the season has been to win the League title.
 
Khan is confident Suva will win their three remaining games.
 
"We have three more games and those three games are important. If we can hold onto a young and strong team like Navua, then I’m sure we can win our remaining games."
 
"BOG comes after the league and if we do well in the remaining league games then that will also be a preparation for the tournament."
 
Rams Cleaning Services Suva will take on Labasa at 1.30 pm at Subrail Park on Saturday.
 
By Romeka Romena  


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