Bua and the dream of reaching Vodafone Premier League

The current Vodafone Premier League season is being very interesting as Rewa, Suva and Ba are fighting for the title while Labasa, Nasinu and Navua are fighting against relegation. It is not known which team will be champion or which team will be relegated, but it is very important to highlight teams that are doing a very good job in Vodafone Senior League – the second tier of Fijian football.

Eleven teams are contesting the current Vodafone Senior League season. It is important to remember that this league is divided in two zones: Vanua Levu Zone and Viti Levu Zone. While Nadroga and Tailevu Naitasiri are sharing the lead Viti Levu Zone, Bua is doing a marvelous job in Vanua Levu Zone.

Currently leading Vanua Levu Zone with fifteen points in six matches, Bua is one of the smallest teams from Fijian league system. Despite all financial problems, the team keeps pounding and now they are four matches away from reaching Vodafone Senior League’s final.

Bua players

As it was said above, Bua faces many financial problems and team management made a statement requesting sponsorship and donations: “Humble request to all the well wishers and the fans including the public at large if the team can be assisted with some sponsorship or cash donations to boost the morale and also for the officials to better run the team,” reported Bua FA on Social Media.

The winner of Vanua Levu Zone will face Viti Levu Zone’s winners in a final play-off to decide which team will be promoted to 2021 Vodafone Premier League. You can check the current Senior League standings by clicking here.

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