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Nawaka 7s: Police, Stingers advance to cup quarter-finals

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Update: 1:33PM Police National with the services of national 7s flyer Samisoni Viriviri and former reps Ulaiasi Lawavou and Mitieli Nacagilevu survived a torrid battle after being held 12-all by Western Wardens in their Fiji Bitter Nawaka 7s eliminations at Prince Charles Park this morning.

Coral View Isa Lei Yasawa Stingers was also lucky to advance to the main quarter-finals after scoring the first try in their 14-all game against Gaunavou.

Police National and Coral View Isa Lei Yasawa Stingers have secured their spots in the Cup quarter-finals courtesy of scoring the first try in their drawn matches.

Interestingly, one of the tournament favourites Wardens Gold which featured national rep Waisea Nacuqu was bundled out in the elimination stages by a gutsy Yamacia side.

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