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Womens league concludes on Saturday

The top three zone winners that are Navua, Ba and Labasa will battle at the Fiji FA headquarters ground to determine the 2014 season champion. # #National women’s coach Charlene Lockington says each participating team played a total of eight matches each during the zonal rounds. #“The stage is set for the top 3 teams to battle for the champions tag in the Senior Rooster Women’s League. From North, we have Labasa who had only to play a home and away game to qualify. From the South we have Navua who ousted the Rewa Delta girls after winning a protest which gave them 3 points and 2 goals to give them the upper hand to qualify. In the West, we have the Ba Women side made up of Secondary School students and a couple of exceptional primary school girls who have made it into the senior team,” she said. # #“The League format was for only 2 rounds, which lasted 4 Saturdays in the West and 6 Saturdays in the South. The total number of games each team played was 8 due.” #As the Pacific Games nears, Lockington says the next season will be a bigger and even better one. #“Next year we intend to start early in the year, most likely when school starts so that we may complete our formatted 5 rounds, giving each team at least 20 pool games before the final playoff,” she said.#A primary school girl’s soccer festival will also be held this Saturday at the Fiji FA HQ ground. Lockington says the objective is to create more awareness on women’s football and a series of activities have been lined up. #Fixtures#Venue: Fiji FA Regional Academy, Suva#Date: 18th October, 2014#9.00am Navua vs Labasa#10.30am Primary School Girls Soccer Festival#12.00pm Ba vs Labasa#1.15pm Primary School Girls Festival # 3.00pm Navua vs Ba#4.30pm Presentation# #

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