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Natabua crushes Nadi Muslim

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, February 23, 2014

NATABUA High School bounced back in style to demolish Nadi Muslim College 38-0 in the under-19 grade of the Vodafone Fiji National Rugby League Lautoka/Nadi Secondary Schools zone competition yesterday.

It was a better performance from the Natabua team after losing to Ba Provincial Free Bird Institute last week.

In another U19 encounter, Ratu Navula downed Tilak High School 20-8.

In the U17 grade Ratu Navula College lost to Natabua 8-12 while Ba Provincial thrashed Nadi Muslim College 38-8. In the U15 grade, Lautoka Central College defeated Ratu Navula 12-2.

Fiji National Rugby League development officer Lagilagi Golea said the matches would continue at the Ba Provincial Free Bird Institute in Saru, Lautoka next Saturday.








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