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Blues keep winning run

Zanzeer Singh
Sunday, August 24, 2014

LAUTOKA maintained its unbeaten run in the boy's under-16 division at the Inkk Mobile Battle of the Giants after defeating Tavua/Rakiraki 2-1 at Govind Park yesterday.

Natabua High School students Jope Loloma and Duncan Michael Quinton Chambers scored the goals for the "Baby Blues".

On day one, Lautoka defeated Ba 1-0 and Nadi 2-1.

Lautoka team manager Sunil Naidu said they were on track in the competition.

Naidu said the aim was to win all the matches.

"I'm very happy with how the boys are performing," he said.

"We have three consecutive wins which is good.

"The aim is to continue the momentum since the competition is being played on a round robin basis.

"We want to make it 100 per cent wins."

In another match the Northern Selection came from behind to beat Nadi 2-1.





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