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Top touch team

Arin Kumar
Monday, March 24, 2014

COMBINE Insurance has extended its lead in pool one of the USP Touch Association Business House competition.

The side beat Telecom Combine 9-5 last Thursday to complement their 6-4 win over USP last Tuesday at Albert Park in Suva.

Led by national reps Samu Rareba and Fiji Touch Association president Georgina Lasaqa, Combine Insurance is the team to beat in the competition.

FRCA bounced back from its 5-9 loss to Merchant/FHL last Tuesday to beat Tecair Marines 5-1 last Thursday.

In another match last week, UNDP drew nil-all with JS Hill.

Competition official Tevita Mau said the competition was expected to stiffen from round two tomorrow.

"It is really good to see the employees enjoying a taste of the sport of touch and having an experience that will sway them to take up the sport," he said.

Meanwhile, Vodafone will play WAF in a deferred game at USP today. Tomorrow, USP will face Telecom Combine, Digicel will be up against UNDP, Tecair Marines will battle Merchant/FHL and Justice will take on Vodafone.





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