Solomon Islands’ talented striker Marlon Tahioa joins Labasa

Former Nasinu striker Marlon Tahioa is the most recent signing of Labasa for 2021 season; the Solomon Islands’ player impressed last year playing for the Giant Killers and caught attention of many teams in Fijian’s top-tier. Nasinu was relagated to Vodafone Senior League, but the Solomon Islander was an outstanding player in the season –Continue reading “Solomon Islands’ talented striker Marlon Tahioa joins Labasa”

Fiji: Champion vs. Champion series set to change venues due TC Yasa’s damage

The strong Tropical Cyclone that hit Fiji last week will probrably affect the start of the next football season in the country. The traditional Champion vs Champion series – that is played between the Vodafone Premier League champions against the Inter-District Championship winners – will be forced to change its venue. The both legs ofContinue reading “Fiji: Champion vs. Champion series set to change venues due TC Yasa’s damage”

Fiji: Labasa’s Ratu Anare shines in Police win at Sukuna Bowl

The last football appointment of 2020 was not the Fiji FACT for many key footballers of Fiji as the Sukuna Bowl’s football challenge took place recently. The Ratu Sukuna Bowl is a traditional clash between the Fiji Armed Forces against the Fiji Police in many sports events, including football. The semi-professional status of football inContinue reading “Fiji: Labasa’s Ratu Anare shines in Police win at Sukuna Bowl”

Akuila Mateisuva praised by superb performance despite defeat to Suva at Fiji FACT

One of the top goalkeepers of Fiji continues to prove his capabilities; Labasa’s shot-stopper Akuila Mateisuva could not prevent his team defeat against national champions Suva this Saturday at Subrail Park – but the problems were not in defense, but yes the lack of quality in the finishing for Labasa’s attack, they did not takeContinue reading “Akuila Mateisuva praised by superb performance despite defeat to Suva at Fiji FACT”

Suva beats hosts Labasa to secure spot in grand final of Fiji FACT

Suva is going to meet Nadi this Sunday at Subrail Park in Labasa as they surpassed the hosts by 3-1 in the second semi-final match of the day. The Capital City Boys had to deal with the pressure of playing away from home and against the current Inter-District Champions and also with the terrible pitchContinue reading “Suva beats hosts Labasa to secure spot in grand final of Fiji FACT”

Can Ilisoni Lolaivalu shine again for Labasa?

Ilisoni Lolaivalu is living the best season of his career. The 27-year-old forward is now a key player in Labasa and he just cannot stop impressing people with his quality in Fiji, specially when he helped his side to win the Inter-District Championship earlier this year. With eleven goals scored so far in the season,Continue reading “Can Ilisoni Lolaivalu shine again for Labasa?”

Delayed semifinals of Fiji FACT set to be contested this weekend at Subrail Park

After lots of complainings about Subrail Park’s pitch, the semifinals of 2020 Fiji FACT have been postponed. Now, the four remaining teams are getting ready for these clashes that are going to be contested this weekend. It was confirmed by Fiji Football Association (FFA) that Subrail Park remains as the venue of the tournament, asContinue reading “Delayed semifinals of Fiji FACT set to be contested this weekend at Subrail Park”

Labasa: Ashnil Raju available after his marriage as Fiji FACT is postponed

Labasa will come even stronger for the semi-finals of the last major tournament of the year in Fiji as their star midfielder Ashnil Raju will be available for the team. Raju did not play the final two poll matches of Labasa due his marriage that took place this weekend. As the games of the semi-finalsContinue reading “Labasa: Ashnil Raju available after his marriage as Fiji FACT is postponed”

Subrail Park pitch conditios cannot improve in only 24h

As recently mentioned by Oceania Football Center, Fiji FACT semi-finals were postponed due bad weather and pitch conditions in Labasa’s Subrail Park. After 45 minutes of football between Rewa and Nadi it was clear football could not be played under those circumstances. Fiji FA’s CEO Mohammed Yusuf determined the matches are going to be played thisContinue reading “Subrail Park pitch conditios cannot improve in only 24h”

All or nothing for Labasa, Nadi, Rewa and Suva in Fiji FACT

The group stage of 2020 Fiji FACT is over. Four teams went back home while Labasa, Nadi, Rewa and Suva are still alive to fight for this important title in the last football competition of the current Fijian football season. After finishing the group stage unbeaten, Rewa will face Nadi in the semifinals. The DeltaContinue reading “All or nothing for Labasa, Nadi, Rewa and Suva in Fiji FACT”