FRCS Wishes Digicel Fiji Soccer Team Best of Luck

The Fiji Revenue and Customs Service (FRCS) wishes the Digicel Fiji soccer team best of luck when the team faces New Caledonia in its first match tomorrow in Qatar, Dubai.
FRCS staff Afraz Ali is one of the defenders for the Fiji national squad at the Oceania Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
While wishing the Bula Boys best of luck during tomorrow’s game, FRCS CEO Mr. Mark Dixon said everyone at FRCS was proud of Afraz’s great achievement.
“Congratulations Afraz – what a great achievement and we are very proud of you. Wishing you and the team the best of luck! You all have put in the hours and put in the effort, so now it’s your time to shine,” Mr. Dixon said.
“I am sure that the FRCS team will be watching the game on local television and cheering for you.”
Afraz is a Border Control Officer at FRCS and always had a passion to serve Fiji.
“It’s a proud moment for me as I have been selected to represent my country and FRCS at the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers in Qatar. I would like to thank my leaders at FRCS for helping me reach this far as they had always supported me in my work and also in getting leave for my games,” Afraz said.
Fiji kick off their Group B campaign on March 18 against New Caledonia, followed by matches against New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Fiji and New Caledonia’s game will be aired live on FBC TV on Saturday 19th March 2022 at 5am.
For all media enquires
 Email: publicrelations@frcs.org.fj
 Phone: (679) 3243035.

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