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Raiwaqa teams fight for touch title

Arin Kumar
Saturday, June 21, 2014

BOMBERS and Raiwaqa Flyers go in the Suva Touch Association semi-finals today as the favourites.

Association president Charles Cleary said games would be exciting and tough at the same time since the final would be played in the afternoon.

"Bombers and Flyers are always favourites but as I said last week that on game day anything can happen," he said.

"Raiwaqa Flyers has the Uluimoala brothers, Jalesi Young, Keith Johanson, Semisi and Samuela Rareba while the Bombers have the services of Taito Cadra, Ben Tuisinu, Onisimo and Clayborn Ledua.

"They (Bombers and Flyers) had it tough during the quarters but they managed to pull through."

Cleary said team like Super Touch, Davui and Roosters were all coming with an aim to win and could cause upsets.

Draws: 9am Under-20: Flyers-JNG Stallions, Bombers-Davui; 9.25 Women: Flyers-Davui, Bombers-Super Stallions; Men's Open: 9.50am Flyers White-Davui, Bombers-Roosters; Mixed grade: 11am Flyers White-JNG Stallions, Flyers White-Flyers Redz


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