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Suva cricket finals start

Rebecca Medhurst
Thursday, March 20, 2014

ALBERT Park will host the first round of the Suva Cricket Association's competition finals this weekend.

In the first Premier Grade semi-final game on Saturday, the leading Army team will face fourth-placed Sarafui.

The other premier grade semi-final will take place between second-placed Yadrana and third-placed Komo, newcomers to the competition this season.

There is still one pool match to be played in the A grade before the finals draw can be confirmed. The first semi-final will take place this weekend with VICC, in second place, facing third-placed Nasaqalau. Ono-i-Lau, that sits comfortable atop the A grade table, will face the winner of the match between Oneata and SGSOB, currently tied in fourth place.








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