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All is well: Rewa

Rewa Football Association team director Mohinesh Prasad is upset with allegations made against them. Six players were reported to have been assaulted after last Saturday’s 3-0 loss to Labasa during
08 Oct 2015 08:13
All is well: Rewa
Nadroga goalie Parmesh Prasad makes a save against Rewa during the Courts IDC at Govind Park in Ba yesterday. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

Rewa Football Association team director Mohinesh Prasad is upset with allegations made against them.

Six players were reported to have been assaulted after last Saturday’s 3-0 loss to Labasa during the Courts Inter- District Championship first round at Subrail Park.

“It seems like people are making up stories and I don’t know why,”Prasad said.

“No one has been suspended and everyone is here in camp.  We know that we haven’t been performing well and we had not had a favourable result yesterday but everything is okay.”

Trade Air Rewa is playing without their coach Maika Rodu who is caught up with work. Rewa scored their second draw 1-1 with Nadroga at Govind Park in Ba yesterday

“Unfortunately Maika is not here with us but he’ll join us on Friday but he has been calling the team and talking to the boys. So work comes first because soccer is his passion and we respect that,” he said.

Nadroga 1- 1 Rewa

Striker Liesari Qalica saved the Nadroga side from the jaws of defeat against Rewa during the Courts IDC at Govind Park in Ba yesterday.

Rewa’s  Setareki Hughes scored in the 8th minute before  Qalica sealed the equaliser in the 65th minute. Nadroga earlier lost to Ba 2-0.

Comments: Nadroga coach Ramesh Sharma said, We had five chances to score but we failed.”

Rewa captain Simione Tamanisau said, “I’m really disappointed with the outcome. Ba is next and we need to regroup and be positive.”

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