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Nasikawa wins title

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, February 23, 2014

NASIKAWA Vision is the new holders of the Vodafone Gavidi Cup in the inaugural Nadroga/Navosa Secondary Schools Rugby League competition.

This after the side defeated Sigatoka Andhra 4-2 in the under-19 competition at Lawaqa Park Two yesterday.

Sigatoka Andhra was the former holder's after winning the cup in the opening round of the competition against Cuvu College 15-12 last week.

Nadroga/Navosa Secondary Schools Rugby League secretary Meshar Ali said heavy rain marred the competition but not the spirit of the players.

He said they recorded a big turnout in the challenge match between Sigatoka Andhra and Nasikawa Vision.

"We got another four weeks of competition to go before the finals. Its getting quite exciting now as the level of competition is improving."

Results

Nadroga Navosa Provincial 10 Cuvu College 16 (U15), Sigatoka Methodist 14 Nasikawa Vision 12 (U17), Navosa Central 12 Lomawai 0 (U19), Sigatoka Andhra WBD Sigatoka Valley (U15), Navosa Central 12 Cuvu 12 (U17), Sigatoka Valley 12 Lomawai 4 (U17).


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