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Fire Too Hot for Army

The National Fire Authority (NFA) team was on fire in the last round of the RC Manubhai Escott Shield competition. The team defeated Army 46-33 at the ANZ Stadium in
23 Aug 2015 16:43
Fire Too Hot for Army
Escott Shield sponsors...From left: Gulsher Ali of the Naboutini Civil Contractors, Go Advertising general manager Reno Miller, R C Manubhai national operations manager Oscar De Mel, Novotel Suva general manager Simon Harper, Suva Rugby Union acting chairman Mitieli Waqa and Timoci Nakauru at the press conference in Lami yesterday. Photo: Paulini Ratulailai

The National Fire Authority (NFA) team was on fire in the last round of the RC Manubhai Escott Shield competition.
The team defeated Army 46-33 at the ANZ Stadium in Suva yesterday.
NFA has booked its place in the quarterfinals of the Premier Grade.
Defending champions Police lost to Nabua 20-13 in another exciting match.
The Fulton Hogan Hiways Ambassadors Grade and Naboutini Koroturaga Grade finalists have also been decided following the tough semifinal matches.
Nasinu will play Breakthrough in the final of the Ambassadors Grade while QVSOB plays Tovata in the Koroturaga Grade final.
Results
Semifinals Fulton Hogan Ambassadors Grade
Nasinu 12-10 SGSOB,
Breakthrough 33-0 Navy.

Naboutini Koroturaga Grade
QVSOB 17-3 Police,
Savura 0-5 Tovata.

RC Manubhai Premier Grade:
Covenant 36-12 Stallions,
Lomai 15-5 USP,
Marist OB 18 -11 Harlequins,
Raiwaqa WBD Tacirua, Navy WBD Red Rock,
Nabua 20-13 Police,
NFA 46 -33 Army.

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