THE Nadi soccer side returned home with six points after winning both of it's matches against Labasa and Savusavu in their north tour over the weekend.
The Jetsetters beat the boys from the hidden paradise 1-0 at Ganilau Park in Savusavu yesterday.
Nadi had also scored a 1-0 against Labasa at Subrail Park on Saturday.
The Kamal Swamy-coached side has so far bagged 17 points in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League points table.
The boggy Ganilau grounds failed to deter the spirit of the Jetsetters at yesterdays match after striker Isoa Ratuva scored their only goal in the 36th minute of the first spell.
Savusavu tried to find their way through the tough Nadi defence in the second half but was unfortunate as the tough Nadi defence held until the final whistle.
Swamy said the boys came with a motive to win their two matches against the northerners.
"The boys played very well because they played according to the game-plan given to them," Swamy said. Nadi is now making a comeback and we will continue to play our best in the upcoming games.
"We thank our supporters and our families for their tremendous help and support which has allowed us to win the two matches," he said.
Savusavu coach Manoj Lal thanked his boys for the good match, saying they will lift their performances in the next game against Ba and Nadroga.
"We will try and improve on our defence and include some new game plans in our next match and we hope to win."
The match between Ba and Suva yesterday was postponed because of bad ground conditions at Buckhurst Park in Suva.