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Tailevu Want Win 1

After five consecutive losses, Tebara Bus Tailevu is hoping to score a win against Macuata in Round Six of the 2015 Skipper Cup in Savusavu tomorrow. This was the word
26 Jun 2015 09:08
Tailevu Want Win 1
The Tailevu team after training at the Hyundai Performance Unit Gymn in Suva yesterday. Photo: Paulini Ratulailai

After five consecutive losses, Tebara Bus Tailevu is hoping to score a win against Macuata in Round Six of the 2015 Skipper Cup in Savusavu tomorrow.

This was the word from Tailevu Rugby Union president Maika Rainima.

Rainima said the side, which went now contained a lot of new players had been working hard to lift their game.

“Everybody has seen what Tailevu has produced over the last four rounds. Tailevu has introduced a whole new team of players this year,” Rainima said.

“Our coaching panel has been working to get them settled in the competition.

“The Skipper Cup is getting more competitive with each round this year.

“Our coaching panel has been trying out new and different combinations.

“This week we’re looking to end the game on a high and we’ll be looking to give Macuata a good game. So we’re keeping positive and working towards achieving that result.”

Tailevu play Macuata at Ganilau Park in Savusavu, at 3pm.

In other matches, Lautoka host BLK Naitasiri at Prince Charles Park in Nadi, Pacific Energy Vatukoula host Jack’s Nadi at Theodore Park, Northland play Ovalau at Gatward Park in Korovou and Namosi play Tavua at Thomson Park in Navua.

All games will be played at 3pm this Saturday.

Meanwhile, RC Manubhai Suva host BLK Nadroga today at 3pm at Bidesi Ground at Laucala Bay, Suva.

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