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Rugby league: Nasinu Titans address serious issues

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Update: 5:14PM NASINU Titans head coach Vulaono Dakuitoga said over-confidence, casual approaches to a game would not do them any good if they were to beat the Suva Eagles in this week's Fiji National Rugby League (FNRL) Vodafone Inter-zone semi-finals.

He said all of this week, they had been working on addressing this serious issue because it could cost them the game.

"This week's semi-final is going to be a tough game and it will be a totally different ball game because all teams surely want to win," Dakuitoga said.

He added their players had got a bit too comfortable in the past few games, but that should not be the case when they front up against the Eagles.

They will be playing Suva Eagles at the Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori on Saturday at 12:30pm.

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