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Army beaten

Rashneel Kumar
Saturday, January 18, 2014

ARMY suffered a shock loss to upcoming Sports Ccom in the Burebasaga Development 7s tournament yesterday.

The soldiers lost to the newcomers 5-7 at the Burebasaga District School ground.

Tournament organiser Sikeli Yabakivou said apart from Army, all other top teams that were participating in the two-day tournament remained unbeaten.

CK Ezy Buy Tabadamu, Seru Rabeni's Nasolo Young Boys, Natakala, Warden Gold and Vunimono One are through to the next stage of the tournament.

Yabakivou said they were thankful for the participation of the top sides.

He said it had boosted the morale and the development of the game in Burebasaga.

"There was a good turnout on the first day of the tournament and we hope for a better one (today)," Yabakivou said.

Meanwhile Duavata was playing Mokani in the under-20 final when this edition went to press.

Today's competition will start with the remaining pool games followed by the finals.

The cup winner in the Burebasaga 7s tournament will walk away with $1000.








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