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Escott Shield: Tough semi-finals expected

ALISI VUCAGO
Thursday, September 14, 2017

Update: 5:15PM AS the Escott Shield Competition takes place tomorrow, Suva Rugby union believes it will be a tough match competition for the semi-finalists.

Suva Rugby Union chairman Penioni Naliva said he anticipated a tough match between Police, Army, Navy and the Queen Victoria School Old Boys team.

"No team is preparing to lose and every team wants to get into that final," Naliva said.

"As I've said, Police had been camping for quite a while, QVSOB team have been doing the hard yards in terms of preparations while Army and Navy have had a lot of experience playing against each other so I expect a very tough competition tomorrow evening."

The competition will kick start at 5:30pm tomorrow at the ANZ Stadium.








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