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Rewa out of Sanatan tourney

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, April 20, 2014

DEFENDING champions Rewa crashed out of the Sanatan soccer championship at Prince Charles Park in Nadi yesterday.

The Delta Tiger lost to Suva 2-0 yesterday.

Nadroga with district reps Krishneel Dutt, Shivneel Sharma and Ravinesh Dass became one of the first teams to qualify for today's quarter-finals after beating Lautoka 2-0.

Coached by Ramesh Sharma, the Stallions topped the pool.

Sharma said they are aimed to lay their hands on the title after 14 years.

"We topped the pool after two games," he said.

"We have a good chance in the tournament. Our last win was back in 2000. After that we played in several finals but could not get our hands on the title."

Ba captained by Tavua rep Ravinesh Chand defeated Tuva 2-0 in the final pool game to reach th quarter-finals.








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