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Natabua takes lead after win

Maciu Malo
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

NATABUA defeated Vitogo 25-23 to top the Lautoka rugby union super premier points table standings over the weekend.

Laced with secondary school players, the side have won nine out of ten games in the competition securing 18 points with one game on hand.

Natabua must beat second placed Army in their final game to win the round one competition.

With two games on hand, the soldiers have secured 15 points ahead of Navutu.

Duiyasana has been relegated to the premier division after losing nine out of ten games in the competition.

Namoli, which is laced with majority of the Lautoka players, need to win their remaining three games to maintain its spot in the super premier division.

Police and Topline have been promoted to the super premier division for securing top spots in the premier competition.

Vakabuli and Misiwani have been relegated to the Senior A while Lions and FSC have secured their spots in the premier competition.

Meanwhile, the feature match this weekend is between Army and Natabua.

A win for Natabua will cement its standing as the best team in the competition although none of the players are in the Lautoka team.








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