THE Police Sharks is now one of the only two unbeaten teams in the Suva zone premier grade games in the Vodafone Cup zone competition.
Despite being on a bye this week, they maintained their unbeaten run.
The other unbeaten team Nabua Broncos managed to salvage a 4-all draw against new comers GeoTech Drillings Topline Warriors at Buckhurst Park yesterday.
Fiji National Rugby League development officer Sale Tubuna said it was an impressive performance from both teams.
"It was a cracker of a match between these two teams (Broncos and Warriors)," Tubuna said.
"Warriors are new to the competition and they managed to contain the much experienced Broncos," he said.
In the Nasinu zone, defending Vodafone Cup champions, Nadera Panthers continues their unbeaten run with a 16-0 victory over Davuilevu Knights.
The other unbeaten teams in the zone are Makoi Bulldogs who beat the Kinoya Sea Eagles 22-8 yesterday at Bidesi Park.
"In the next round of competition only one unbeaten team will remain in both zones as Sharks and Broncos will clash in the Suva zone while in the Nasinu zone, Panthers and Bulldogs will be up against each other."
Meanwhile, Tubuna said the competition had improved a lot from the when it began a few weeks ago.
The Suva, Coral Coast, Nadi and Ra East zones played round four of competition yesterday while Lautoka, Nasinu and Ra West played round three.
"We are expecting competition to get bigger and better as the competition progresses," he said.