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Second win for Nasinu

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, March 31, 2014

NASINU bagged its second win in the Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League premier division after beating Rakiraki 3-1 yesterday.

This follows the Southerner's 3-1 victory against Tavua at Garvey Park on Saturday.

Jone Nabara starred for Nasinu scoring a double.

Kaushik Kumar scored for Nasinu in the first spell as the side led 2-0 at halftime.

Nasinu was reduced to ten players after Laisiasa Vosailagi was sent off early in the second half after receiving his second caution.

Jale Vota scored for Rakiraki.

Nasinu coach Abdul Zaman said his boys played well.

"We are happy to take away six points from the Western Division," he said.

"The red card for Laisaisa was unfortunate but we managed to pull through. Now we have to wait for Northland Tailevu and Lami."

Nasinu remains unbeaten after five games.

Meanwhile in another encounter Lami beat Northland Tailevu 3-1.

Rajnesh Kumar scored a double for Lami while Sahil Vashneel got the third.

Rajendra Lal scored the consolation for Northland Tailevu.





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