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Nadi misses Gonerau

Zanzeer Singh
Friday, July 25, 2014

NADI will miss the services of Lekima Gonerau for the Fiji Sun/Skipper Tuna National Football League clash against Navua at Prince Charles Park tomorrow.

Gonerau who plays on the left flank is suffering from an ankle injury.

Youth player Shonal Kumar has been drafted into the 18-member squad.

Kumar a midfielder cum striker represents the DAC club in the Nadi local league competition.

Nadi goes into the match on a high note after beating defending champions Ba 2-1 last Friday.

Sami said the win against Ba was a morale booster.

The Nadi versus Navua game will kick off at 3pm. At the same time Ba will host Nadroga at Govind Park. At 1.30pm Labasa will face Rewa at Subrail Park.








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