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Ratu Apenisa wants more

Pravin Narain
Saturday, May 20, 2017

THE 2017 Vodafone Fiji FACT leading goal scorer Ratu Apenisa Anare says he is confident of scoring more goals in the remainder of the tournament.

The 24-year-old leads the goal scoring chart with two goals to his name.

He scored both goals for Labasa against neighbors Dreketi in their first match at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori on Thursday.

He said he had been guided well by the Labasa coach Ronil Lal.

"God has been the biggest strength in my life and I thank him for giving me an opportunity to play for Labasa," Ratu Apenisa said.

"I have been working hard to prove myself and I dedicate the win to my family back in Labasa.

"It is all about the teamwork and I am hoping to score more goals.

"We are a good and young side and we have faith in each other."

Anare also scored a goal in Labasa's 2-1 victory over Ba in last year's Courts Inter-District Championship at ANZ Stadium in Suva.








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