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Bulls eye top spot

Emoni Narawa
Wednesday, September 03, 2014

THE Naitasiri Northern Bulls fans have been told they will never watch their provincial team feature in the B-Division competition in future.

That's how confident these Bulls are prior to their semi-final duel with Malolo at Sigatoka's Lawaqa Park on Saturday.

Having won their Pool matches, the Manasa Radrotini-coached side has an approach and belief that it would never again compete in the second division.

"We're looking at the promotion relegation match where we will qualify to play in the major division next year," said the Bulls operation manager Kasiano Vusonilawe.

"To our fans this will be the last time they will watch us play in the B-Division competition because our goal is to feature in the major competition next year."

He said they had prepared well for the do-or-die match against Malolo.

"We respect Malolo very much, we're not underestimating them. We're going into this game with an attitude to make it to the next stage."

The Bulls under the guidance of Radrotini have won all three games against Rewa, Serua and Kadavu at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori.

The game kicks off at 12.30pm.

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