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Natadra Brothers claim Waimanu shield

Paulini Ratulailai
Sunday, January 28, 2018

WESTLAND Natadra Brothers 7s team dedicated its win to their families in Saqani, Cakaidrove in Vanua Levu yesterday.

The brothers defeated Natakala 19-14 in the Congo Waimanu 7s bowl final at Ratu Cakobau Park.

Captain Tevita Daugunu said the team played its first tournament on Viti Levu.

"We dedicated this win to my late brother, Eroni Daugunu, who died in an accident last year," he said.

"This is the first time for us to come and participate in a tournament in Viti Levu and we're glad to have finished on a high note.

"For us, our focus is to improve our defence and work on our passing.

"Those were the areas that contributed to our downfall during our game against Waimanu Green in our pool match.

"That cost us a spot in the quarter-finals, but we didn't give up as we continued to play against some top teams such as Uluinakau and Nakaiolo.

"There is only one thing that we learned and that is to be humble and play according to our game plan."

The Saqani team defeated Nakaiolo 12-10 in the quarter-finals and crushed Uluinakau Baabas 22-12 in the semi-finals.








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