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Club games gain momentum

Rashneel Kumar
Monday, August 04, 2014

THE RC Manubhai-sponsored Suva Rugby Union club games continues to gain momentum as it nears climax.

On Saturday, the round 11 games were held at Albert Park in Suva. Top teams Police, Navy and Lomai Green stole the show in the RC Manubhai premier grade competition.

Police created a major upset after beating point's leaders Army Green 20-13 while Viliame Gadolo-coached Lomai Green defeated DHL Raiwaqa 19-12.

Fresh'et Navy continued its impressive run after a hard fought 10-6 win against Covenant Blues in the top grade.

Suva Rugby Union chairman John O'Connor praised the teams for maintaining the standard of rugby. "We are expecting club games to intensify as teams strive to qualify for the quarter-finals," he said.

Meanwhile, SSFL Stallions retained the Fulton Hogan Cup in their fifth title defence this year defeating Nasinu 11-0.

In the RC Manubhai Ambassadors Grade Cup Challenge, holders Concrete Solution Qauia Green thrashed Namadi 38-17 for the seventh successive defence.





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