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Zeniths still stay unbeaten

Maciu Malo
Sunday, November 26, 2017

NATIONAL reps Nina Cirikisuva, Rejieli Daveua and Una Rauluni guided the Central Swifts to down the luckless Stallion Startlets 44 -22 in the Digicel Punjas Netball Super League last round of games at Lawaqa Park yesterday.

They used their experience and class to outclass the young Startlets side as they chased a spot in the first and second place playoff. The win has earned the side four points and levelled with Capital Force and Satellite Divas in the second spot below the Western Zeniths who secured the top spot with six points.

Organisers have confirmed that the points differential would be counted to determine which of the three teams to join the Zeniths in the main final. The losing teams will battle for the third and fourth placing.

Zeniths co-coach Iliseva Drasuna said her side was ready to face any teams in the finals.

She said the level of competition improved each week and the final was expected to be tough.

"We are happy to have secured a spot in the final and we are looking forward to play any team," she said.

"We know it's going to be tough as all teams will be gunning for us after our unbeaten run."

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