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Union makes progress

Emoni Narawa
Monday, April 21, 2014

THE Tailevu Rugby Union club competition has progressed well, say union officials.

On Saturday, the club games were played at Sila Central High School grounds in Nausori and at the Mokani grounds.

In the opening game at Mokani, Dravo edged Korocawiri by a single point 16-15, Nakelo defeated Vunivaivai 17-7 and Naila demolished Daku 17-0. In one of the main games, Army Tailevu beat Mokani 21-6.

Playing without its senior players, Army stood its ground to withstand the test. In other matches, Raralevu edged Koronivua 10-0 while newcomers Maumi lost 11-17 to Natogadravu. Results: Mokani Grounds; Dravo 16 Korocawiri 15; Nakelo 17 Vunivaivai 7; Daku 0 Naila 17; Kiuva 22 Kuku 17; Army 21 Mokani 6; Raralevu 10 Koronivia 0; Natogadravu 17 Maumi 11; Buretu 6 Nausori 9; Levukana 12 Lomainasau 13; Naqeledamu 15 Dravuni 9








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