Heavy downpour affects IDC

Heavy downpour affects IDC

By fijivillage.com
Thursday 07/10/2010
The heavy downpour at the home of the 2010 Courts IDC at the TFL Stadium has already has some effects on the outcome of the Premier games this morning.

A total of 15 goals has been scored in the five games of the Premier division with some resulting from the poor ground condition and slippery wet surface.

Players are having a mud bath and team's are finding it difficult to adapt to the ground conditions.
With the first Super Premier division pool game set to kick-off at 5.30pm, heavy conditions won’t let teams display the football which teams like, Navua, Ba and Rewa are known for.

Currently the official opening is taking place and the first match is scheduled for 5.30 where defending champions, Navua will take on Labasa.

At 6.45pm, Nadroga will play Nadi and Ba takes on Rewa at 8pm.

The last match will kick off at 9.15pm which will be between Suva and Nasinu.

You can catch a live commentary of the Navua-Labasa, Nadi-Nadroga and Ba-Rewa matches on our sister station, Radio Sargam.

In the Premier Division matches today, Levuka and Rakiraki drew 1-all, Lami and Nalawa drew 2-all, Tailevu Naitasiri beat Tailevu North 3-1, Savusavu beat Taveuni 2-1 and Vatukoula drew with Nadogo 1-all.

Story by: Dreu Vukailagi

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