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Yamacia, Fijiana On Course

The Semi Kunatani captained Yamacia side defeated Serevi Selects 22-14 in the first quarterfinal last night. In an explosive encounter Police defeated Tokatoka Resort Westfield Dragons 10-5 to come out
15 Nov 2014 07:47
Yamacia, Fijiana On Course
A Sydney Fiji Ranadi player (with ball), attacks against Raiders during the 2014 Bayley’s Coral Coast Sevens yesterday. Photos: Waisea Nasokia

The Semi Kunatani captained Yamacia side defeated Serevi Selects 22-14 in the first quarterfinal last night.

In an explosive encounter Police defeated Tokatoka Resort Westfield Dragons 10-5 to come out victorious in the match.

The Iliesa Tanivula coached Telecom Fijiana side looks confident to retain the Crest Na Iri Trophy and will face Serevi Selects women side in the first semifinal.

In another match Aussie Pearls faces Marist Sea Hawks in a mouth watering clash.

Telecom Fijiana managed to fight off Sunnybank 15-10 in the first Cup quarterfinal yesterday, thanks to tries scored by Esiteri Bulikiobo, Timaima Ravisa and Akosita Ravato.

In the other matches PNG lost 14-38 to a determined Serevi Select side. Ellia Green’s Aussie Pearls thumped Redlands 63-0 while Marist Sea Hawks beat Mana Graphix 26-12.

When this edition went to press Wardens Green was to play Tabadamu and Mana Graphix Uluinakau to take on Daveta to complete the men’s Cup quarterfinals.

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