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Ba football gets $20K boost

The Ba Football Association received a timely $20, 000 sponsorship boost from Metal Works Company ahead of the start of their 2014 local league competition. Ba FA which was established
03 Sep 2014 11:59

The Ba Football Association received a timely $20, 000 sponsorship boost from Metal Works Company ahead of the start of their 2014 local league competition.

Ba FA which was established in 1935, will kick-off the league on  Sunday at Govind Park.

Association secretary Iliyaz Khan thanked Metal Works for sponsoring this year’s league.

“We are grateful for Metal Works for coming onboard to sponsor the Ba FA local league with a sum of $20, 000,” Khan said.

He said the prizemoney would be lucrative.

“All clubs are looking forward to the prizemoney with six to eight clubs having district reps. There will be awards to players like a Golden Boot Award and Best Disciplined Team Award.

“The top two placed teams will receive prizemoney and trophy, while the third and fourth placed teams get prizemoney only of $5000 and trophy for the winner while the runner-up wins $2500 and a trophy. $1000 will be given to the third place finisher and $500 for fourth placed team. Defending champions Four R FC will meet runner –up, GM Ba

FC in the main match of the day at 4.10pm.

Draws: 9.30am: GM Ba FC – Tauvegavega FC, 10.50am: FSC – Veisaru FC, 12.10pm: Tauvegavega Youth FC – Young Brothers FC, 1.30pm: Racecourse FC – Nailaga FC, 2.50pm: Rovers FC  – Wailailai Sonic FC.

Meanwhile, the committee for 2014 Ba FA Local League include: Chairman – Azam Ali (Nailaga FC), Secretary – Rajesh Kumar (Veisaru), Committee members – Mohd Shafeel (Young Brothers) and former Ba and national striker Taito Bula (Nailaga FC).

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