August 18, 2022
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BOG cracker in Rewa v Lautoka

Defending champions Rewa will open their Punjas Battle of the Giants tournament campaign against hosts and defending league champs Lautoka at Churchill Park on Friday.
Fiji FACT champs Suva will take on Labasa at mid-day before Nadi meets Nadroga at 2 pm.
Traditional football giants Ba will face Navua at 4 pm and after the official opening at 6 pm Rewa vs Lautoka clash will kick off at 6.30 pm.
On Saturday, Nadroga will play Labasa at 11 am, Rewa will take on Navua at 1 pm before Nadi faces Suva at 3 pm and Lautoka meets neighbours Ba at 5 pm.  
On Sunday, Suva will take on Nadroga at 11 am; Lautoka will play Navua at 1 pm, Rewa faces Ba at 3 pm and Nadi will end the day against Labasa at 5 pm.
The semi-finals will be played on 3rd September followed by the final on Sunday.
The ticket presales will start on Monday.
By Romeka Romena   

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