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Top cricket teams clash

Arin Kumar
Saturday, March 15, 2014

THE two unbeaten teams in the Suva Cricket Association will meet today, the first time this season that they cross paths.

And to make it more interesting, the Perpetual Cup will be at stake.

Yadrana will challenge holders Army for the title at 11am at Albert Park and association vice president Alex Konrote said either team could walk away the only unbeaten team in the competition.

"This is the most exciting game of round two as the two undefeated teams face-off in the last Perpetual Cup challenge for the season before the semi-finals next week," he said.

"Both teams are laced with former and national reps and want to head into the semi-finals undefeated."

Konrote said the two teams were also expected to win their respective semi-finals and face-off in the final.

"This could also be a preview of the finals in two weeks.

"Will Tupou Colati and his rampaging Army side be able to hold off Samu Draunivudi's cool and calculated Yadrana? We will only find out tomorrow (today)."





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