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Waqadra leads

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, April 17, 2014

THE Kalivati Vu-coached Waqadra team continued its dominance in the Nadi Touch Rugby Association competition last Saturday.

Waqadra swept aside Nacava Spartans 7-2 to move to the top in the men's division.

Waqadra leads the division with a better points differential from Marshall Sails which secured a 5-1 victory against 27 Aces.

Turbos defeated IFGTC Eagles 6-1 to also remain unbeaten. The match between PDZ's and Namaka Mozzies ended in a 5-all draw.

In the mixed division, Turbos defeated Insurance Holdings 6-1, PDZ lost to Namaka Mozzies 3-7, Nacava beat Saints by default while Waqadra Babas downed Taki Mai 6-2.

In the under-20 division, Waqadra Babas beat Namaka Mozzies 6-4 while in the U15 division, Waqadra Babas won by default against Narewa.








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