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Army top seed

Arin Kumar
Friday, February 14, 2014

DEFENDING Perpetual Cup champions Army are favourites to retain the title when they face Westpac Sarafui tomorrow.

Army is unbeaten and leads the premier grade points table while Sarafui sits at third place. Suva Cricket Association vice president Alex Konrote said Sarafui would need to dig deep and bring their best to Albert Park tomorrow if they wanted to win.

"Army have surely raised the standard this year with the likes of Kitione Tavo, Vuli Turaganikoro, Mesui Talebula, Sakaraia Lomani, Jone Sevou, Taniela Naulivou, Noa Acewai and evergreen captain Tupou Colati and are favourites to win this game easily," he said.

In other premier grade games, Yadrana takes on Komo, BSP Titans face Covenant Brothers and Moce I battles against Moce II.

In the A-grade competition, VICC will be up against Police and Oneata will test themselves against Ono-i-Lau.

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