Football fans without smart phones must show valid identification card for details to be filled in log book
Delta One Automotive Rewa football team is grateful with support from their diehard fans.
Yesterday, managing director of Delta One Automotive Repairs, Nitin Pratap, handed a cheque of $7k to the team for the Punjas Battle of the Giants tournament which starts at Churchill Park, Lautoka tomorrow.
Rewa Football Association president Nazeel Buksh said despite the
COVID-19 pandemic, support for the team had been great.
He said this was the first time for Rewa to go into the B.O.G without a major sponsor.
“It has been difficult given the economic situation we are in but small businesses and fans have come out to sponsor us,” he said.
“One such die-hard Rewa fan is Nitin.
“He has been a staunch follower of Rewa for a while now and we really appreciate his timely assistance.
“We almost went into the B.O.G without a sponsor and we would like to thank the Rewa fans who have come on board as minor sponsors.”
Some minor sponsors included Nausori Paints Hardware and Best Fire and certain individuals. Pratap was honoured to help
“I am a Rewa die-hard fan,” he said.
“I am 100 per cent sure that Rewa will win the B.O. G so I can sponsor them again in the future.”
Joseph Mishra will play for Nasinu in the Punjas Battle of the Giants football, starting tomorrow at Lautoka’s Churchill Park. Nasinu play Ba at 4pm in their opening game. Photo: RONALD KUMAR
From left-Delta One Automotive Rewa football striker, Police Special Response Unit Constable. Tevita Waranaivalu, Sonam Pratap, Nitin Pratap , Rewa Football Association president Nazeel Buksh and Rewa goal keeper, Police Inspector Simione Tamanisau during the handover on August 5, 2020. Ronald Kumar