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More Teams Join Nadroga Zone

  Four women’s and Under-18 men’s teams have joined the Nadroga Zone for this year’s Vodafone Cup season. Zone co-ordinator Suliasi Cakautabu said they were expecting a successful season. “With
18 May 2016 15:47
More Teams Join Nadroga Zone
Action between Topline Warriors and Police during the Vodafone Cup at Suva Grammar School grounds yesterday. Photo: JUSTINE MANNAN

 

Four women’s and Under-18 men’s teams have joined the Nadroga Zone for this year’s Vodafone Cup season.

Zone co-ordinator Suliasi Cakautabu said they were expecting a successful season.

“With new teams joining the zone we are expecting the competition to be more competitive,” Cakautabu said.

“Last year, the games were not very competitive but this year all teams are almost on the same par as they battle it out.”

 

Way Froward

Fiji National Rugby League development officer Etonia Naiwasetawa said the focus now is on the development of referees and touch judges.

He said FNRL is committed to ensure that they are able to lift the standard.

“My first plan now is to update the referees and touch judges accreditations. Most of these referees only have level one so my focus now is to help lift the standard,” he said.

 

Results: NADROGA ZONE- U18: Coastal Owl 12-4 Noitoga Bears; Women: Coastline Roos 16-12 Coastal Owls; Premier: Coastline Roos 22-4 Coastal Owl, Fiji Transfer Namatakula Raiders 8-0 Noitoga Bears, Lusi Bar Investment Nanumi Au Knights 6-6 Korolevu

SUVA ZONE- U18: Nabua 6-4 Wailada; Reserve: Nabua 18-4 Wailada; Premier: Lami Steelers 18-12 City Storm, Police Sharks 24-22 Topline.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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