SUVA retained the MH National Hockey championships women's title after they defeated the visiting Australian Fijians 4-0 in the final at the National Hockey Centre yesterday.
The defending champions progressed through to the final unbeaten.
The Suva side had earlier defeated the Australian Fijians 2-0 in the round robin competition.
In the final the Australian side started strong shutting out the Suva attacks with some solid defending.
While the visitors had their chances inside the Suva circle they were unfortunate not to have broken through the tough defence.
Suva took the lead at halftime 1-0.
Suva came out in the second half a more determined side and dominated play throughout the second spell.
Goals from Lucretia Pickering, Tiara and Litia Sogotubu saw the defending champions hold a commanding 4-0 lead at the final whistle.
Suva and the Australian Fijians made it to the final after finishing the round robin competition as the top two.
A jubilant Suva coach Shaun Corrie said they won because they played to the game-plan set out for them.
Corrie said it was easy for them because the girls made the simple things right throughout the match.
"We managed to retain our title because the girls followed a structure and played according to the game-plan," Corrie said.
"The girls have been working hard during training and this also helped during the competition."
Corrie said the tournament was also a good opportunity for players in the national squad to test themselves.
"For the national players in the Suva team participating in this tournament allows them to take part in some tough games especially as they look forward to some big matches later this year."