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Broncos to clash in touch quarters

Arin Kumar
Monday, February 24, 2014

THE two Broncos teams in the USP Touch Association competition will face off in the quarter-finals tomorrow.

Competition official Tevita Mau said Broncos used to be champions of the sport and now are trying to regain their status.

"Dedication and passion for the sport is a hallmark of this side as reflected in the team walking all the way from Tacirua to USP and going the same route at the end of their pool games," he said.

"With national reps Maciu Beranavere and Aisake Qiokata in the side together with the guidance of their coach Tevita Tikoisuva, this touch juggernauts sails is catching the wind at the right time."

In the other quarter-final tomorrow, Raiwaqa Red will take on USP.

On Wednesday Metra will face Raiwaqa White while Raiwaqa Blue takes on Sixers in the remaining quarter-final matches.

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