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Nabose: Knights Survive Test To Win

Nabose: Knights Survive Test To Win
Standing fifth from left: Puma Davuilevu Knights team manager Adriu Nabose with his reserve grade team after 12-0 win at Bidesi Park, Suva on May 26, 2018. Photo: Selita Bolanavanua
May 27
15:05 2018

The Puma Davuilevu Knights are looking forward to their quarterfinal match in the Vodafone Cup rugby league elimi­nations. The Knights upset Police Sharks 12-0 in the reserve grade at Bidesi Park, Suva yesterday.

Knights manager Adriu Nabose said despite the win there were loopholes in their game that they need to work on.

“Police Sharks is a good team but the win today was through team work,” he said.

Nabose said despite the challenges they face during their daily train­ing sessions and the lack of sport­ing equipment, they somehow man­aged to survive.

“My boys have been going through a lot and our biggest challenge is our training ground. I always pity my boys because every day after training they return home with blisters and scratches. The elimina­tion round is now over so we have a quarterfinal game to focus to.”

Nabose thanked their sponsors, Sports World for their support for the last few years along with Nair’s Bus Transport.


Lautoka- Reserve: Ravoravo Rab­bitohs 6-12 Lautoka Crushers, Nav­atulevu Herons 8-17 Saru Dragons; U18: Yasawa Saints 10-8 Navatulevu Herons 8, Saru Dragons 8-10 Sabeto Roosters. Lautoka Crushers 8-22 West Storms.

Suva- Premier: Dee Cees Nadera Panthers 8-0 Namuaniwaqa Sea Ea­gles

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua


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