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Professional Security Civic Ousts All Freight Logistics Bureta In Final

Professional Security Civic has won the Suva Football Association local league twice in a row after defeating All Freight Logistics Bureta 4-3 in penalty kicks at Buckhurst Park yesterday. What
09 Nov 2014 15:43
Professional Security Civic Ousts All Freight Logistics Bureta In Final

Professional Security Civic has won the Suva Football Association local league twice in a row after defeating All Freight Logistics Bureta 4-3 in penalty kicks at Buckhurst Park yesterday.

What happened:
It was a physical first-half with both teams fighting to get the early goal. The weather did not help, as slippery conditions played a crucial role in each team losing possession so easily.
In the 11th minute, Vikash Prasad for Civic had a chance to take his team ahead with only the Bureta goalkeeper to beat but missed
Both teams attempted shots at goal from outside the box but neither could find the mark. Waisake Navunigasau for Bureta took the first free kick of the game but luck was not on his side as he kicked the ball wide. The remainder of the first half was not eventful as it finished scoreless.

Halftime:

Professional Security Civic 0-0 All Freight Logistics Bureta
Civic and Bureta came on energised in the second half as Civic dominated the first few minutes of the game. Pita Rabo for Civic earned himself a free kick in the 19th minute but failed to put it in. Bureta had two chances to take the lead from corner kicks but failed. Good combination in the 45th minute from Napolioni Qasevakatini and Emori Ragata from Civic. Both teams could not score goals as the time counted down to full time leaving the score 0-0. The game was taken to extra time but still ended up in 0-0. Penalty kicks was the decider as Vikash Prasad for Civic scored the winning goal beating Bureta 4-3 in penalty kicks.
Star turn:
Goalkeepers Ulaiasi Tamanisau (Civic) and Samuela Kauyaca (Bureta) were the stars of the game.

Big Play:
Both teams showed good defending skills bringing the game down to the wire.
Comments: Professional Security Civic Shalendra Prasad coach said, “We did it back to back and I am so happy and proud of the boys. We have won $1000 but have not decided what to do with it yet but for now our main focus will be the National Club Championship.”
All Freight Logistics Bureta president Sunil Karan,said: “Even though we didn’t have much of the Suva boys with us, we still did well and I am happy with the boy’s performance. We have already qualified for the National Club Championship so that will be our priority now and we will start training for that on Monday.”
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