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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

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