Augustine Thoman

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Photo of Thoman in 1961.

Augustine Thoman, formerly known as "Auggie" was a professional Fijian footballer in "Fiji me football". In 1965 he started playing district level football [1]. In 1951 his team went as the first international team to play against New Zealand with a 0-0 draw against them. The next year, he faced the New Zealand Football Team, in 1961 he faced New South Wales, and in 1963 he faced The South Pacific Games. In 1961, he played a part of the team Inter-district soccer tournament. The exact day he died is unknown but it is suspected he passed away in the early 1990s.

Playing History[badlo | source ke badlo]

Augustine played for the Lautoka Football Association from 1949-1960, moved to BA in 1961, then rejoined Lautoka in 1962-1965. He played for Fiji from 1952-1963.

Memorial[badlo | source ke badlo]

The exact day he died is unknown but it is suspected he passed away in the 1990s. Today, in Fiji there is a gate and a street loosely named after him.

Inter-District Championships - 1959[badlo | source ke badlo]

Semi Final[badlo | source ke badlo]

In the semi-finals of the Nadogaga 1-0 series, the score was Ba vs. Suva, 3-1, Hatti and Latok. [1]

Finals for 1959[badlo | source ke badlo]

The final game is played by Lotok and it will be given to Geetice by Lotto 6-0. I have got a lot of tricks from GEET to Lootok Tin Daffe (in a line) and some logs, Lotto, Lloyd-Ferrebrother Cup, but there is no rule for FIFA batsmen. The 8th game will be for the Lloyd Farebrand Trophy.[1]

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