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Dragons reign in Lautoka

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, May 04, 2014

LANGTON Dragons won the Lautoka Football Association women's knockout competition at Churchill Park yesterday.

Striker and captain Renee Biautubu scored twice in the final against Bahamas Blues 2-1 in the final.

Emali Talei who is a Lautoka rep scored the lone goal for the Blues.

In the elimination fixture, the Dragons beat Outcast 3-1. Biautubu struck twice while Lavenia Cavuru scored the other for the champions. Vasiti Adimaira scored for Outcast.

In the other match, Bahamas beat Try Mydha 2-0. Vasiti Kuma and Talei scored the goals for the Blues.

Lautoka women's coach, Sere Nalulu said they received very little support for staging the event.

Nalulu said they would express their disappointment about this at the national council meeting in Suva today.

The women's football meeting would be held at the Fiji Football Association regional technical centre starting at 10.30am.

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