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Top teams keep unbeaten run

Arin Kumar
Monday, May 05, 2014

BOMBERS and Roosters maintained their unbeaten streak in the mixed grade of the Suva Touch Association competition.

Yesterday, Bombers beat First Touch 6-3 while the Roosters overcame Super Touch 5-4 at Furnival Park in Toorak.

In the men's competition, Flyers White from Raiwaqa also stretched their unbeaten run to four games with a 5-3 win over First Touch.

In another feature match in the men's competition, Laucala Knights drew 5-all with JNG Stallions.

In the women's competition, Flyers beat Super Stallions 4-2 while Bombers beat Davui 3-2.

Association president Charles Cleary said only a few more rounds of games left.

"This was round four competition and by the looks of it, all teams are coming well prepared to the games now," he said.

"They may have started slowly but they are now in good form."

He said the sunny weather brought out the best from the teams.

"The ground was a bit wet but the day was beautiful for competition and we are glad it didn't rain.

"When it rains, the ball is very slippery and that makes it hard for teams to keep possession and control the game."

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