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N'ball top spot decider

Maciu Malo
Saturday, August 02, 2014

EXCITING battle is expected in the Lautoka netball feature game between KBL Shine On and Seniteteva at the multi-purpose court this afternoon.

Both sides have been impressive in the second round and they will battle hard to maintain their unbeaten run.

Shine On mentor Josivini Lagi said tussling against the Nadi-based team would be tough but was confident her netters would deliver the goods.

She said her side needed a win to fulfil its goal of winning the competition.

"We have defeated Seniteteva early this year and I have faith in my girls they can produce the goods," said Lagi.

"We need a win to maintain our unbeaten run likewise our opponents who will also want to maintain their unbeaten run.

"The game is expected to be tough."

Lagi said Seniteteva would be spearheaded by national netball training squad member Aliti Naqiri and national trialist Kelera Nawai.

"Seniteteva has many good players and they are expected to be at their best."

The much anticipated clash kicks-off at 4pm.





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