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Tigers maul Rabbitohs

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, August 04, 2014

THE West Tigers hammered Lautoka Rabbitohs 56-0 in the Vodafone Cup Lautoka zone competition at Churchill Park on Saturday.

The Tigers were ruthless on attack crushing the Rabbitohs in the one sided affair.

The other premier division fixture between the Islands Electric Lautoka Crushers and Lautoka Warriors ended in a default. Crushers won the match without breaking sweat after the Warriors failed to take the pitch.

In the under-15 grade, Lautoka Crushers lost to the Lautoka Rabbitohs 4-10. In the U18 grade, Saru Dragons defeated West Tigers 25-6 while the Lautoka Crushers beat Lautoka Rabbitohs 18-0.

In the reserve grade, Saru Dragons beat Lautoka Crushers 20-2 and West Tigers registered a default win against Tavua Saints.





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