Rewa demolishes Nasinu to confirm spot at Fiji FACT semi-finals

The current champions of Battle of Giants gave no chances at all for Tagi Vonolagi’s Nasinu side. The Delta Tigers did not need to field players such as Tevita Waranaivalu to beat Nasinu by 7-0 in a muddy Subrail Park at the third matchday of Fiji FACT group stage. Nasinu started finishing first to theContinue reading “Rewa demolishes Nasinu to confirm spot at Fiji FACT semi-finals”

Fiji FACT: Ba and Labasa are ready for key clash

The 2020 Fiji FACT’s group stage reaches its final day and there is one team that is in a very comfortable situation: Rewa. The Delta Tigers are on top of Group A with four points in two matches, the same number of points Ba have. After an 1-1 draw against Ba, Rewa can secure theirContinue reading “Fiji FACT: Ba and Labasa are ready for key clash”

Rewa’s late goal punishes Ba in Fiji FACT

After winning in the first matchweek of 2020 Fiji FACT, Ba and Rewa clashed at Subrail Park to fight for the first position in the Group A, and the rain and the bad condition of the pitch did not prevent them to fight for the victory until the final whistle. Abbu Zahid opened the scoreboardContinue reading “Rewa’s late goal punishes Ba in Fiji FACT”

Waranaivalu shines as Rewa smash Labasa in Fiji FACT

Battle of the Giants’ champions Rewa and Inter-District Championship’s champions Labasa met at ANZ Stadium in the first matchweek of 2020 Fiji FACT – one of the most important football tournaments in the country. Rewa had the biggest opportunity to score in the first half with Mohammed Khan‘s left foot, but his shot hammered theContinue reading “Waranaivalu shines as Rewa smash Labasa in Fiji FACT”

Tevita Waranaivalu determined to help Rewa finish the season with the glory of Fiji FACT

One of the most important championships in Fiji, the Vodafone Fiji FACT kicks-off this weekend. It is going to be the last tournament of the season for the top eight teams in the country, which means that it is the last opportunity for many players to show their skills this year. This tournament is alsoContinue reading “Tevita Waranaivalu determined to help Rewa finish the season with the glory of Fiji FACT”

Welcome back to OFC Champions League, Rewa!

2020 is being a special year for Rewa. The Delta Tigers won the Battle of the Giants and finished second in the Vodafone Premier League, the top tier league from Fiji, with the same number of points as league champions Suva. Rewa have secured a spot in the next OFC Champions League for finishing secondContinue reading “Welcome back to OFC Champions League, Rewa!”

Suva clinch Vodafone Premier League’s title in Fiji

The 2020 Vodafone Premier League season came to an end as the final four matches of the season were contested this weekend – two on Saturday and two on Sunday – to decide the final positions in the tournament. As it was previously reported, Nasinu were relegated after a heavy loss to Navua while LabasaContinue reading “Suva clinch Vodafone Premier League’s title in Fiji”

2020 Fiji FACT draw released

Fiji Football Association Cup Tournament is a championship held annually since 1991. Also known as Fiji FACT, it is one of the most important tournaments in the country. Initially scheduled to be contested by six teams, the 2020 edition will be contested by all eight teams that are competing in the current edition of theContinue reading “2020 Fiji FACT draw released”

Rewa avoid Suva’s party at Ratu Cakobau Park

Rewa and Suva clashed at Ratu Cakobau Park in the thirteenth matchweek of Vodafone Premier League, the national football league from Fiji. There were lots of expectations on this match as Suva could win the title with a victory while Rewa needed to hold their biggest rivals to keep their chances of being national champions.Continue reading “Rewa avoid Suva’s party at Ratu Cakobau Park”

Suva one step away from Vodafone Premier League’s title

The 2020 Vodafone Premier League is being one of the most thrilling editions in the recent history of Fijian football. Although we are still two matchdays away from the end of the league, the national champions can be defined this Sunday. This weekend can be historical for Suva as the Capital City Boys have theContinue reading “Suva one step away from Vodafone Premier League’s title”