THE misery in the Labasa soccer camp continues following their second successive loss over the weekend in the National Football League fixture at Subrail Park yesterday.
The Babasiga Lions were still recovering from their shock 1-2 loss to Nadi on Saturday, before Suva struck in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries NFL competition.
The capital city side hammered Labasa 3-0 to return home with maximum points from their northern tour.
Samuela Drudru's attempt was fumbled by the Labasa goalkeeper Akuila Mataisuva as Suva took a 1-0 lead in the second minute of the play.
Nigerian Sanni Issa extended Suva's lead in the 18th minute through a free kick to lead 2-0 at the break.
The visitors continued their impressive play in the second spell while the hosts struggled to maintain possession which resulted in missed opportunities.
Drudru found the back of the net again in the 64th minute to seal Suva's big win over an experienced Labasa outfit.
Labasa soccer coach Arthur Simmons admitted his boys did not perform up to par and that they would be looking into issues that he had identified that needs improvement.
The high intensity match also resulted in six players being booked by referee Salesh Chand.
Suva's Simione Maikali and Issa while Labasa's Ilaitia Tuilau, Kavaia Rawaqa, Misaele Draunibaka and Posiano Kalisito were flashed the yellow card for inappropriate behaviour during the game.
Suva coach Gurjeet Singh was a content man as he praise his side for a sterling performance.
"The boys played well and we had executed the game as we had initially planned."