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Dragons Celebrate Top 8 Win Today

The 2014 Vodafone Cup Top 8 champions KBL Saru Dragons players are going to equally share the $2500 prizemoney. The 20-18 win over Makoi Bulldogs in the grand final last
17 Sep 2014 08:22
Dragons Celebrate Top 8 Win Today
Fiji Bitter Marist 7s tournament coordinator Koli Korovulavula (third from left), Marist Rugby Club president Lawrence Tikaram, Paradise Beverages general manager sales and corporate affairs, Joe Rodan (Snr), Paradise Beverages general manager, Mike Spencer during the official launch at the Paradise Beverages boardroom in Walu Bay, Suva, on January 20, 2021. Photo: Leon Lord

The 2014 Vodafone Cup Top 8 champions KBL Saru Dragons players are going to equally share the $2500 prizemoney.

The 20-18 win over Makoi Bulldogs in the grand final last Saturday handed the Dragons their first premiership title since 1995.

Dragons manager Krishneel Sen said yesterday they are now ready for today’s celebration in Lautoka.

“The boys are in celebration mood after the win,” he said.

“We have waited for this for a very long time and right now the win and to be crowned Fiji’s best has begun to sunk in and we will always cherish this moment.”

The Dragons will play Papua New Guinea champions Hela Wigmen RLC, later this year.

“Our season doesn’t end here as we have to prepare for the PNG tour. We will resume training from next Monday,” Sen added.

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