Fiji FA still works on Govind Park
January 10, 2013 4:02 am
The Fiji Football Association says the structural damage at Govind Park in Ba means the host team will continue playing games away from home.
The facility, which is administered by Fiji FA, suffered damage during Cyclone Evan last month.
Fiji FA vice president Sheikh Ibrahim says they are hopeful the repairs are complete in time for the start of the O League.
“The structure at Govind Park has been damaged and that is why we had to shift the games from Govind Park to Lawaqa Park. It will take about two months if we do quickly we might be able to complete it but at the moment it’s a big damage.”
Meanwhile, in games this weekend, at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka on Saturday, Tavua takes on Rewa at 1pm followed by the Nadroga-Ba encounter at 3pm.
At Subrail Park in Labasa, at 1.30pm, Labasa plays Nadi, while at 3.30pm, Suva takes on Savusavu.
On Sunday, Savusavu and Nadi play at 1.30pm and Labasa takes on Suva at 3.30pm. Both games are at Subrail Park.
Lautoka and Ba clash at 3pm at Churchill Park.
You can catch live commentaries of the Labasa-Nadi and Lautoka-Ba matches on our sister station Radio Fiji 2 with the voice of soccer, Raymond Stoddart.