Tuivuna stays in Labasa after withdrawing Ba deal

The star midfielder of Labasa Antonio Tuivuna decided to refuse the deal with Ba in order to represent them in the next season and OFC Champions League to stay in his current team Labasa. The former U20 Fiji international won the best player award of the last InterDistrict Championship that his side Labasa won. TuivunaContinue reading “Tuivuna stays in Labasa after withdrawing Ba deal”

Siotame Kubu decides to stay in Labasa

The prolific forward Siotame Kubu was recently reported to be in talks with Suva, giving clear signs he could leave the Babasiga Lions. Despite a lot of speculations there are good news for the Labasa fans: the hero of the Battle of Giants title is going to stay in Labasa for the upcoming season. TheContinue reading “Siotame Kubu decides to stay in Labasa”

Siotame Kubu close to Suva move

The hero of the Battle of Giants title in favour of Labasa is close to leave the club. The forward Siotame Kubu is in talks with Suva according to local source FBC. Labasa made a fantastic season in 2019 winning the IDC and BOG tournaments and making all fans very proud of what the teamContinue reading “Siotame Kubu close to Suva move”

Fiji FA change CVC schedule

The upcoming edition of Fijian Champion vs Champion will be contested by Labasa and Ba. It was previously reported that the first match would be played on January 19 and the second on January 26. However the Fiji FA released a statement on this Saturday announcing that the first match was postponed to January 24.Continue reading “Fiji FA change CVC schedule”

Fiji CVC: venues and dates confirmed

Champion versus Champion (CVC) is a football championship contested by two teams: The winner of Vodafone Premier League (Ba) and the winner of Battle of the Giants (Labasa). Both teams are currently facing some problems with their respective stadiums: Govind Park (Ba) is being remodeled while Subrail Park (Labasa) is currently closed. CVC is aContinue reading “Fiji CVC: venues and dates confirmed”

Lautoka wins Pacific Cup again

The 2019 Pacific Cup is over. The finals were played on this Sunday at Bill McKinlay Park in Auckland, New Zealand. In the first semifinal Labasa faced AUFFI All Stars and won with a goal scored by Siotame Kubu in the last minute of the extra time to advance through the final match. It isContinue reading “Lautoka wins Pacific Cup again”

Pacific Cup: semifinalists are defined!

After four days of intense football, the Pacific Cup semifinalists are finally known. The group stage is over and three clubs from Fiji are in the semifinals. Lautoka won three of their four matches in Group A to get a spot in semifinals to face Nadi that won three games in group B. The otherContinue reading “Pacific Cup: semifinalists are defined!”

Pacific Cup begins today

The 2019 Pacific Cup begins this Wednesday at Bill McKinlay Park, Auckland, New Zealand. Ten teams will fight for the trophy in the main competition while seven teams will take part of the 40’s Cup, a competition for players who are older than 40 years old. It is a traditional competition played by Fijian clubsContinue reading “Pacific Cup begins today”

Dennis Ifunaoa: the best is yet to come

Dennis Ifunaoa had an amazing season playing for Labasa in Fiji. The 27 years old player from Solomon Islands was a key player for Babasiga Lions in this unforgettable year in the history of the team. His international experience meant a lot for Labasa throughout the season specially in crunch times and big matches. IfunaoaContinue reading “Dennis Ifunaoa: the best is yet to come”