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Combine Insurance continues unbeaten run

Arin Kumar
Saturday, March 29, 2014

COMBINE Insurance has maintained its unbeaten streak in the USP Business House Touch competition by beating WAF 5-0 in the cup quarter-finals on Wednesday at Albert Park.

Competition official Tevita Mau said USP, Merchant/FHL and FRCA were the other teams that won their respective quarter-finals.

"Combine Insurance was too good for the WAF side and accounted for them by 5-0," he said.

"This scoreline continues to reflect the dominance this well-oiled Combine Insurance side is in the competition.

"Prominent players in Combine Insurance are national reps Samu Rareba, Jope Soko and Fiji Touch president Georgina Lasaqa."

Mau said USP beat Justice 8-3; Merchant/FHL edged JS Hill 3-2 and FRCA overcame UNDP 5-3.

"In another quarter-final, the Samu Tupou-led Merchant/FHL side edged the JS Hill side in a closely-fought encounter.

The cup semi-finals will be played on Tuesday.

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