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Nadro Final Plan

The BLK Nadroga Skipper Cup final against Namosi at Prince Charles Park in Nadi tomorrow should set the platform for the Farebrother-Sullivan Challenge which starts next week. Team captain Nemani
21 Aug 2015 09:54
Nadro Final Plan
Members of the BLK Nadroga team train at Lawaqa Park, Sigatoka, ahead of Saturday’s Skipper Cup final against Namosi at Prince Charles Park, Nadi. Photo: Sheetal Prasad

The BLK Nadroga Skipper Cup final against Namosi at Prince Charles Park in Nadi tomorrow should set the platform for the Farebrother-Sullivan Challenge which starts next week.

Team captain Nemani Nagusa said they wanted both rugby titles.

“We are building up to the Farerother match against Nadi,” Nagusa said.

“First we’ve to focus on Namosi because they are a good side. We need to have the right mindset.”

He said 21-17 win over Suva in the semifinal last week boosted their confidence.

“The match against Namosi will be tough. We both play running rugby but as traditional holders we will do what we are best known for on Saturday,” Nagusa said.

Namosi will be playing their first final after beating Jack’s Nadi 18-13 in the semifinals last week.

The final kicks off at 3pm while the Under-20 final between Nadroga Stallions and Nadi Concorde starts at 1pm.

Feedback: waisean@fijisun.com.fj

 



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