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Natabua remains unbeaten

Maciu Malo
Monday, April 28, 2014

NATABUA continued its unbeaten run in the Lautoka rugby club competition defeating Namoli 16-13 at Nadovu Park on Saturday.

Boosted with the return of Westfield Dragon 7s player Viliame Navanua, the young Natabua team stood their ground well in defence to win the game.

Navanua, who manned the flyhalf position, combined well with former Lautoka centre Jona Turavu to deny Namoli the win.

Namoli with the services of some Lautoka players did their best to win the game but the fitness and combination of the Natabua players shattered Namoli's hope of winning the game.

Meanwhile, in the feature games yesterday Army narrowly defeated Vitogo 10-9 while Naviago outclassed Batiri 29-17.

Full results:

Lion 10-6 FSC, Police 12-10 Vuda Blues 2, Topline 18-9 Teidamu, Rangers 17-10 Draulu, Western Shield 15-13 Saints, Batiri 17-29 Naviago, Army 10-9 Vitogo, Natabua 16- 13 Namoli, Navutu 10-9 Vio.


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