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Vunisa helps Blue Devils

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, January 19, 2014

FORMER Fiji rep Jale Vunisa top scored for Blue Devils in their 41-23 win against Blazers One in the Lautoka Basketball League competition at the multipurpose courts yesterday.

Vunisa scored a total of 10 points in this men's division fixture.

Blue Devils with national team trialist Donald Chang was unstoppable in the encounter winning all the quarters.

In another match West Saints downed Tribal 36-21.

Cougar beat Blazer Two by default.

Vunisa who is the Lautoka Basketball League secretary said they started the second round of competition yesterday.

He said the top four teams would qualify for the 2014 Easter Championship in Suva.

"Blue Devils are the team to beat in the men's division," Vunisa said.

"They won the round one competition. In the women's competition the KBL Shine On team are the favourites."

The Lautoka Basketball League competition will continue at the multipurpose courts next Saturday.








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