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Skipper Cup: Namosi thrashes Nadi 23-6

By EMONI NARAWA
Saturday, May 24, 2014

Update: 6:03PM NAMOSI beat Nadi 23-6 in its Skipper Cup match that was held at Thomson Park in Navua this afternoon.

Namosi scored two tries to Jimilai Biumaiwai and national sevens rep Leo Naikasau.

Fullback Iona Tuivuna kicked three penalties and two conversions.

Both sides were locked 3-all at the break.

In other matches, Naitasiri beat Northland 22-12 at Ratu Cakobau Park, Suva defeated Macuata 25-15 at Subrail Park and Vatukoula nailed Tavua 16-0. Nadroga thumped Tailevu 24-6 at Ratu Cakobau Park this afternoon.








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