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Simpson helps Rebels keep hockey unbeaten run

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, August 11, 2014

NATIONAL triallist Kurt Simpson helped his Rebels team to remain unbeaten during the Western Rally tournament at the Nadovu ground in Lautoka on Saturday.

Rebels from Nadi secured two wins in the men's category.

The side beat Mates 3-0 and Rockefellers by the same score line.

Falcons also remain unbeaten. The Falcons team defeated Mates 2-0 and drew with Rockefellers 1-all.

Tokalau downed Falcons 2-0 in the women's fixture.

The opening round of the tournament served as a warm-up for the players who would be participating in the secondary schools championship in Suva next week.

Lautoka Hockey Association executive Ernest Coffin said the Western Rally would continue after the Daveta tournament in Suva.

"The Western Rally takes a break next week to allow the students to participate in the secondary school tournament," Coffin said.

"After that the clubs will participate in the Daveta tournament. The Western Rally will return after that."

Teams: Men's-Mates, Blue Star, Rebels, Naidrodro, Falcons, Rockefellers. Women's-Tokalau, Rebels, Blue Star, Naidrodro, Falcons.








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