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ACSOG faces Tailevu

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

DEFENDING champions ACSOG hope to get their title defence back on track when they compete in the third round of the Nasinu Netball Association competition on Friday.

No games were played last week because of the Tri-series Plus One.

This Friday, ACSOG faces Tailevu in the feature match of the premier grade at 7pm at the National Netball Centre.

Unaisi Tawake, the secretary of the Fiji Gold-sponsored association, said Tailevu would be a tough nut to crack.

She also said Fiji Pearls reps and national U21 players were expected to feature for ACSOG.

"ACSOG are the defending champions and they convincingly won the first round of games," Tawake said.

"And the national reps are expected to play on Friday so they will be a force to reckon with."

In other premier grade clashes, Raiona faces fellow title contenders Southern Police in the first match at 5.30pm and then Grasshoppers I will take on Covenant Sisters I at 6.15pm.








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