BA 4 TAVUA 0
(Govind Park: Reporter
3 points - Malakai Tiwa (Ba) - the Ba midfield worked well with his strikers to dump the minnows at home. He was the key man in Ba's attack setting the play and exploiting the Tavua defence.
2 points - Jone Salauneune (Ba) - scored two brilliant goals for Ba. He combined well with the fellow Ba attackers and displayed qualities of a good striker.
1 point - Jale Vota (Tavua) - nippy Vota was probably the most hardworking player for the Tavua side. He looked dangerous in attack and was equally good in defence.
NADI 1 TAVUA 0
(Garvey Park: Reporter JAI PRASAD)
3 points - Amani Makoe (Nadi) - proved one of the most reliable players for Nadi. The former Labasa player caught the attention for providing quality balls to strikers, which contributed to Nadi's win
2 points - Ravinesh Chand (Tavua) - good defensive player. Spoiled many of Nadi's scoring chances.
1 point - Sagar Shamal Kumar (Nadi) - very small in size but managed compete against tall Tavua players. He was quick in attack.
BA 2 LAUTOKA 1
(Churchill Park: Reporter MACIU MALO)
3 points - Jone Salauneune (Ba). A prolific goalscorer for Ba who was consistent throughout the game. The former Tavua striker was the thorn in the Lautoka defensive line and created a lot of problems for the host team. Salauneune's hard work was rewarded when he scored the first goal of the match.
2 points - Zibraaz Saheb (Lautoka); A young promising player Blues who played a grand game for the host team combining well with Jone Vono Jnr and Alvin Avinesh. Very good with the ball and a committed player.
1 point - Noa Vukica (Lautoka). Despite playing against some of the big names in Fiji soccer, Vukica never gave up the fight and was cool under pressure. Very tough defender provided good quality ball for his forwards. Given few more game time, Vukica will be one of the country's top players in the future.
NAVUA 2 NADROGA 0
(Thomson Park: Reporter ARIN KUMAR)
3 points - Sailosi Livatalo (Navua) - The nippy forward was strong in both attack and defence.
Scored the two goals that gifted Navua its first win in the National League competition.
2 points - Marika Serukalou (Navua) - The goalkeeper was playing his first match for Navua. Made numerous saves and foiled any chances of Nadroga scoring against him.
1 point - Luke Rawadamu (Nadroga) - The lone player for the Stallions that always tried to make something out of nothing. Made numerous breaks and attempts at goal.
Here's how they stand in The Fiji Times Best and Fairest Player chart.
14 points: Pene Erenio (Navua);
13 points: Ralph Sherwin (Suva);
10 points: Simione Tamanisau (Lautoka);
8 points: Apisai Sesewa (Labasa)
7 points: Pranil Chand (Rewa).
6 points: Jale Vota (Tavua), Malakai Tiwa (Ba), Lorima Dau (Rewa);
5 points: Jone Salauneune (Ba);
4 points: Maika Waqa (Lautoka), Avinesh Waran Swamy (Ba), Epeli Loaniceva (Rewa), Epeli Saukuru (Rewa); Kamal Hassan (Lautoka), Nalinesh Reddy (Labasa);
3 points: Sailosi Livatalo (Navua), Amani Makoe (Nadi), Apisai Smith (Rewa), Dave Radregai (Lautoka); Jonas Nacewa (Tavua); Vereti Dickson (Nadi); Samuela Vula (Suva); Khahir Khan (Savusavu), Filipo Daugunu (Labasa), Joseph Mishra (Suva); Kitione Kamikamion (Savusavu);
2 points: Marika Serukalou (Navua), Zibraaz Saheb (Lautoka), Ravinesh Chand (Tavua), Sedrick Dutt (Suva): Arvindra Naidu (Lautoka); Ratu Veresa Toma (Nadi); Uraia Loki (Nadi); Emori Ragata (Suva); Waisea Drauna (Labasa); Marika Madigi (Ba), Ratu Josefa Dugucagi (Nadi), Henry Dyer (Labasa), Jesoni Takala (Navua); Mohammed Saiyaz (Savusavu); Marika Rodu (Rewa), Eliki Ravosai (Nadi), Amit Kanhaiya (Labasa), Ezekiel Edewor (Savusavu).
1 point: Luke Rewadamu (Nadroga), Noa Vukica (Lautoka), Sagar Shamal Kumar (Nadi), Wallace Bali (Nadroga); Pritesh Singh (Labasa); Samuela Namenia (Tavua); Vinit Singh (Nadroga), Osea Vakatalesau (Ba), Iosefo Verevou (Rewa), Joshua Wilson (Suva), Nathan Shivam (Suva), Beniamino Mateinaqara (Nadi); Taione Kerevanua (Labasa), Sheik Moshin (Navua), Edward Justin (Lautoka), Peniame Drova (Rewa), Alvin Avinesh (Lautoka), Luke Haatera (Suva).