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Army Red happy with win

Pravin Narain
Tuesday, March 06, 2018

ARMY Red has marched out of the Tailevu Rugby Union competition to join Suva Rugby Union's Koroturaga Championship for the 2018 season.

The side defeated Breakthrough 32-13 at Bidesi Ground in Suva on Saturday.

Army Red assistant coach Jo Tukana said the players had a tough match against Breakthrough.

"It was the first match for most of our players and they performed well," he said.

"We played for Tailevu Rugby Union last year and then we came to Suva since Suva Rugby Union's club competition is very strong and that is why we chose to come to Suva.

"We are happy with the win."

Army Red's tries were scored by Siga Sireli, Naulu Vula, Bon Kali while Roko Vada touched down twice.

"We will go back and look at our mistakes and will come improved in the next match.

"The players will work on the skills so we come out stronger."

Meanwhile, Army lost to Breakthrough 22-23 in the Escott Shield competition.

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