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Lau teams through

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, April 09, 2014

THREE teams from the Lau Conference have cemented their places in the National Cricket Easter Championship which will start next week.

Moce, Ono-i-Lau and Lakeba One have booked their spots in the annual competition starting on Monday.

Despite the last round of the competition in the Lau Conference remaining, these teams managed to secure the required points to make the championship.

Six teams from Fiji, a Cricket Fiji Invitational team and Western Suburbs from Australia will take part in the week-long Easter Championship.

In yesterday's Lau Conference matches, Moce defeated Komo by seven wickets.

Komo were all out for 121 runs and in reply Moce lost only three wickets to match the target.

Moce will play Ono-i-Lau while Komo will play Lakeba Two in the final round at Albert Park at 9am today.

Meanwhile, the National Cricket Easter Championship will be played at Albert and Buckhurst parks in Suva.








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