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Naitasiri Bulls top B-Division

Arin Kumar
Sunday, August 24, 2014

NAITASIRI Northern Bulls have shot to the top of Pool C of the Fiji Rugby Union B-Division competition.

The side won their second match when they beat Serua 27-11 yesterday at the Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori.

With two wins, the side looks good for a quarter-final spot in the Telecom Fiji-sponsored competition.

Match commissioner Vili Kanatabua said Nausori scored four tries against Serua's one for a bonus point victory.

"This means, they lead the points table with 10 points from two games and both wins were with bonus points," he said.

In another match at the same venue, Rewa thrashed Kadavu 42-20. Kanatabua said Rewa scored five tries in the match while Kadavu managed three tries.

"Rewa, with one loss and one bonus point win, is second on the points table with five points. On third place is Serua with four points from one win and one loss and no bonus points. Kadavu lost both their matches and they are fourth on the points table."

Kanatabua said the last round of Pool C matches would be played on Friday.

Meanwhile, Ba holds top spot with two victories in Pool A competition in Lautoka. Malolo, Beqa and Yasawa are the other teams in the pool. Colo North, Colo West and Ra are the teams competing for the semi-final spot in Pool C while Bua and Cakaudrove are competing for the lone semi-final spot from the North in Pool D





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