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Nukuloa, Nadi Muslim battle for title

Maciu Malo
Saturday, August 16, 2014

NUKULOA College is just a step away from becoming the new Vodafone secondary school soccer under-17 champions.

The side needs a draw against Nadi Muslim to win the tournament.

Nukuloa defeated Labasa Muslim College 1-0 in their first round robin game on Thursday before thumping Nausori 5-0 yesterday.

And with the return of their striker Martin Navosa who was red-carded in their game against Labasa, the host team is highly tipped to beat Nadi Muslim for the decider.

On the other hand Nadi Muslim also needs a win to spoil Nukuloa's party after hammering Nausori 4-0 in the first game before defeating Labasa Muslim 2-1 in yesterday's game.

Meanwhile, in the U15 division, the race is between Natabua High School and AD Patel.

The two sides have been unbeaten so far and will square-up for the all-important clash this morning.

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