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Clubs miss key players

Arin Kumar
Saturday, July 05, 2014

CLUBS will miss the services of Naitasiri reps when they compete in the semi-finals of the Naitasiri Samabula zone competition today.

Defending champions PCN Kaite will be without their captain, former national sevens rep Senivalati Vunibola who is expected to feature for Naitasiri in their Skipper Cup match against Suva at the ANZ Stadium at 3pm.

Competition official Ilaisa Lakepa said Kaite was the favourite to book their spot in the final which would be played next weekend.

Their other team, the Kaite Highlanders would face Vunidakua at 11am in the first semi-final at Ram Lakhan Park after which PCN Kaite would take on Kecisemani.

"As expected the teams made it through to the semis as they were also the top four finishers from the points table," he said.

"However, their path was not easy, as indicated by the quarterfinals score line, the matches were closely contested, which reflected the calibre of the teams registered in the competition.


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