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Nadroga leads Skipper Cup

Rashneel Kumar
Monday, May 12, 2014

NADROGA fended off a tough challenge from Namosi in the Skipper Cup competition over the weekend to maintain its lead on the points table.

The defending champions have 14 points after three wins, including the close 18-17 win over Namosi at Thomson Park on Saturday.

Suva, which is also unbeaten in three matches played so far, is second on 13 points.

The Capital City side overcame Lautoka Maroons 23-13 at Churchill Park

Naitasiri also has 13 points following the bonus point win over Tavua at Garvey Park.

The Highlanders defeated the minnows 31-19 but has less favoured point's difference than Suva.

Meanwhile, Macuata remains at the bottom of the points table after the 10-12 loss to Vatukoula at Theodore Park.

In the other Skipper Cup matches played over the weekend, Northland defeated fifth placed Tailevu 26-21 while Nadi managed a bonus point 44-12 win over Ovalau to jump to the fourth spot on the standings.





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