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Combine Insurance wins touch final

Arin Kumar
Friday, April 04, 2014

COMBINE Insurance maintained its winning streak all the way to the end when they beat USP 7-4 in the cup final of the USP Touch Business House competition.

In a repeat of an earlier pool game, Combine Insurance triumphed at Suva's Albert Park to win the competition.

Official Tevita Mau said the final was exactly what they had expected from the two sides.

"The undefeated Combine Insurance side led by national rep Samu Rareba, Loraini Silimi and Fiji Touch Association president Georgina Lasaqa, went up against the young enterprising students from USP who had lost the pool match preliminary," he said.

"Leading the charge for the students was Ro Veceli Mataitini and he was supported by Saiasi Fuli, Josh Hannington, Mesake Volau, Litia Vunicagi and Aushia Kiel."

Mau said USP got off to a flying start and scored two touchdowns to take a commanding 4-0 lead in the early stages of the game.


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