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Vodafone Cup 2014 Reaches New Heights

The Vodafone Cup 2014 competition has been a hectic one. This season saw competition been played in Nadroga, Navosa and Macuata in Vanua Levu for the first time. The intense
12 Sep 2014 20:38
Vodafone Cup 2014 Reaches New Heights
The Wainavida Crossing which will close this Sunday, February 24, 2019.

The Vodafone Cup 2014 competition has been a hectic one. This season saw competition been played in Nadroga, Navosa and Macuata in Vanua Levu for the first time.

The intense competition saw Nadroga and Navosa played a provincial game where the Nahove Trophy was at stake.

Outrigger on the Lagoon Fiji sponsored the Nadroga Zone while Sigatoka River Safari assisted the Navosa Warriors.

Further down West, the Tavua Saints made their debut in the Reserve Grade of the Lautoka Zone competition.

It took time for the Saints to settle down and once they did they created the biggest upset by handing the undefeated Saru Dragons their first defeat.

Across to Vanua Levu, the competition brought life to the districts of Seaqaqa and Dreketi. The competition was funded by the Fiji National Sports Commission and Kurabui Warriors came out victors in the Premier Division.

Tomorrow is the final of all grades playing in the Vodafone Cup competition. It also marks the end of the 2014 season. Already, lined-up are the Fiji Residents matches against  Aborigines and later on the Battle of the Bati.

The following action photos were taken throughout the competition.

 

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