NEWCOMERS Davui Magic has cast a spectacular spell on the organisers of the Fiji Touch Association competition.
Yesterday, they beat Kia 8-0 in the round five of the mens competition at Toorak's Furnival Park to prove they are not just there to make up numbers.
Association president Georgina Lasaqa said many teams had written Davui Magic off just because they were a new team in the competition.
She said they may be a new team but their players are no strangers to touch rugby.
"The Davui Magic side is laced with former Browning Bombers reps so the players in the team are quite experienced," Lasaqa said.
"Today (yesterday), they beat Kia which is a team that has been with us for the past few season. They proved experience counts as the players in their team are good and experienced."
The Raiwaqa-based club features teams in all grades of the competition and have been consistent in their performance.
"They could be a threat now and we would advise teams not to take them lightly just because they are participating for the first time."
In another interesting clash in the men's competition, the Roosters, led by veteran Tom Tiko edged Super Touch 6-4.
"Roosters were one of the top eight teams in the men's competition last season and are on track for the elimination stages," Lasaqa said.
Meanwhile, defending mixed grade champions Browning Bombers extended their winning streak with a 6-4 win over First Touch.