Ba tops national league
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Wednesday, 01 August 2012 02:54

 

BA has moved to the top of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League after winning a protest against Labasa.

The Men in Black had filed a protest after going down to the Babasiga Lions 1-0 at Subrail Park.

Ba claimed that Nemani  Kanacagi who featured for Labasa in the match was not properly cleared.

Fiji Football Association president Rajesh Patel said they found that Kanacagi was registered with Ba's Race Course club in 2010.

"The player in concern was registered with Savusavu also and then registered with Labasa with a slightly different name and different date of birth," Patel said.

"So Ba's protest was allowed. The player has been fined $250 and suspended for three months."

"Suva's protest against Labasa for fielding Manasa Levaci Junior who was not cleared was been allowed.

He had double registration and the player has been fined $250 and suspended for three months.

The reason being he had lied on his registration form."

Rewa's protest against Tavua for fielding Maika Nasema who played under a different name has been deferred for player identification.

Ba now has 28 points on the NFL points table followed by Suva on 27, Nadi on 27 and Lautoka on 22.

Lami's protest against Tailevu North was allowed while the decision on Tailevu Naitasiri's protest against Nasinu will be made later after verification of records.

The decision on the protest by Tailevu Naitasiri against Lami will also be made later after player identification.

 

 

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