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Plans for Bati

Waisale Koroiwasa
Sunday, October 15, 2017

"WE have seen it, now it's time to polish those mistakes before the Rugby League World Cup in Australia."

Those were the words of the Vodafone Fiji Bati skipper, Kevin Naiqama, after the Tri-Nations clash between the Bati, PNG Kumuls and the Kangaroos at the ANZ Stadium in Suva yesterday.

Even though the hosts lost both games, Naiqama said the scoreline did not matter as they were working on the team's combination before their opening game against the US on October 28 in Australia.

The Vodafone Fiji Bati went down to the Kumuls 0-10 and the Kangaroos 0-18.

"It was both great games and it's good to see those mistakes and iron them out before our first game," Naiqama said.

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