Army too strong
ARMY Tailevu defeated Mokani 31-8 to win the round one final of the Tailevu Rugby Union club competition at Ratu Cakobau Park yesterday. Laced with top players like Leone Nakarawa, Mosese Vasuitoga, Sunia Bainivalu, Sevuloni Lutu and Manueli Gade, Army was too strong to contain outplaying Mokani through out the match.
NADI Football Association recorded the best attendance for the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League at Prince Charles Park on Friday night. About 3000 fans witnessed the home side go down 1-0 to the visitors. The number was a far contrast to the Nadi versus Tavua match played last Sunday where around 120 spectators attended. The gate takings that day was not even enough to cover for the town council charges and security let alone the match payment for the players.
SPORTING activities such as netball and volleyball in Lautoka have been postponed for two weeks as a result of major upgrading works being carried out at the multipurpose courts.
LUNASEA still leads the race for the Game Fishing tournament in Pacific Harbour, heading into the final day of competition today. Lunasea has 568.5 points after day two. Freedive still maintains their second position on 216, Kania 197.1 and Golden Eagle is fourth at 104.7 points. Tournament official Mark Spurling said they hoped to better the outcome today. The weigh-in at Club Oceanus is at 4pm while the prizegiving ceremony is scheduled at 5pm.
Kanavi top score
KANAVI Blues recorded the highest score of the first round of the Suva touch rugby competition with a 10-0 victory over Barbarians in the men's super premier at Furnival Park yesterday. First touch also edged last year's finalist Bombers 10-9 in the mix competition. Association official Georgina Lasaqa said it was a good start to the competition.