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Natabua wants victory in West U18 finals

Emoni Narawa
Saturday, June 28, 2014

NATABUA High School will be looking to avenge its round robin loss to Ba Provincial Freebird Institute under-18 side in the final of the West Two Zone Lautoka conference finals today.

Ba Provincial edged Lautoka Andhra 15-13 last Tuesday to finish as the top side from the West Two Lautoka conference while Natabua was second.

The winner of today's clash faces Lautoka Andhra while the loser plays defending Deans champions Ratu Navula in the West Two zone semi-finals next week.

Sakaraia Wavoli, secretary for the Lautoka conference said it would be an exciting clash to watch.

"I think Natabua will want to avenge their loss to Ba Pro in the round robin match," he said.

"But on the contrary, both sides will want to win to avoid Ratu Navula."

Last week, Ratu Navula edged the Ba Pro U19 side 28-16 in a friendly encounter. Wavoli said the Nadi-based side remained to be a top bet in this year's competition.

Meanwhile, Natabua will feature in all grade finals today. Their U15 side plays Lautoka Muslim,

Ba Provincial is Natabua's opposition in the U16 grade, while Tilak and Ba Pro will feature in the U17 and U18 respectively.





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