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Champs keep cup lead

Rashneel Kumar
Tuesday, May 20, 2014

NADROGA maintains its lead on the Skipper Cup points table.

The Stallions are unbeaten in the competition so far with four wins on 19 points.

The Esala Nauga-coached side, which plays Tailevu this weekend at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori, recorded three bonus point wins.

Nadroga's biggest and most important win was over Suva last weekend in which the team defeated the previously unbeaten Capital City side 31-6.

The heavy loss has put Suva on fifth spot with 13 points.

The team has a good chance of climbing the ladder this Saturday when they face the winless Macuata side at Subrail Park in Labasa.

Naitasiri which is also unbeaten is second on the competition points table on 17 points and hosts Northland at Ratu Cakobau Park in round seven competition.

Nadi which is ranked third with 15 points will take on the eighth placed Namosi (six points) at Thomson Park in Navua.

Lautoka will play Ovalau at Nasau Park while bottom placed Tavua plays Vatukoula at Garvey Park.





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