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Victory for Natabua

Maciu Malo
Monday, March 31, 2014

NATABUA started this year's Lautoka rugby club competition on a high note thumping Batiri 26-7 in the super premier game held at Churchill Park on Saturday.

The side outclassed their opponents in all facets of the game to lay their platform for this year's weekly competition.

Natabua flyhalf Sunia Talebula was a handful for the opposition as he led his young team to a resounding victory.

The side was hard to stop as they raced away to a 19-0 lead at the break.

Schoolboy and Natabua flyer Tomasi Vatutaqiri sealed the game scoring Natabua's fourth try increase their lead.

Full results.

Rangers 7-14 Saints; Army 17-10 Namoli; Natabua 26-7 Batiri;Natawarau 3-3 Jordan;Tropik 13-10 West Shield; Redhill 6-17 Navutu







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