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Nadroga to face Suva in semi-final

Zanzeer Singh
Tuesday, July 29, 2014

DEFENDING champions Nadroga will take on Suva in the first Skipper Cup semi-final at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka next Saturday.

The Fiji Rugby Union released the semi-finals draws for the national provincial championship yesterday which will see the two matches played on separate weekends.

Nadi will face Naitasiri in the other fixture at Prince Charles Park on August 16.

In the under-20 division, Nadi and Suva will face off on August 9 while Nadroga will play Tailevu on August 16.

Nadi Rugby Union media officer Rusiate Ratakele said they had ample break for their semi-final.

Ratakele said the focus was on recovery after a hard fought battle against Suva in the final round.

Nadroga finished at the top of the points table with 53 points followed by Naitasiri on 43, Nadi on 39, Suva on 37, Namosi on 34, Northland on 31, Vatukoula on 25, Tailevu on 20, Macuata on 11, Tavua on 11, Ovalau on 11 and Lautoka on 7.








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