SPORTS

Golden Touch

The Jimilai Cece-captained Wardens Gold 7s team edged out Police 17-12 in the final to scoop the Martintar 7s title at Prince Charles Park in Nadi yesterday. Winger Uraia Ratu
20 Mar 2016 10:10
Golden Touch
Wardens Gold wins the Martintar 7s beating Police in the Cup final at Prince Charles Park in Nadi yesterday.

The Jimilai Cece-captained Wardens Gold 7s team edged out Police 17-12 in the final to scoop the Martintar 7s title at Prince Charles Park in Nadi yesterday.

Winger Uraia Ratu stole the show when he scored the winning try after both teams were locked 12-12 in the final moments of the game.

Wardens coach Max Hughes said they were happy for the win but however, his players failed to stick to their game plan.

“The game was good, but there were lots of individual play from my players,” he said.

“If we had stuck to the game plan obviously it could have been a better result. The Police side were good as they played to the final whistle.”

Cece played at prop and was named the Best Player of the Tournament.

Both teams were locked 7-7 in the first-half with the Police try coming from Meli Kurisaru while Cece scored for Wardens.

Wardens had the services of Filipo Daugunu, Leo Naikasau while Police fielded Kurisaru, Kepone Paul, Manueli Laqai and flyer Joeli Lutumailagi.

 

RESULTS

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