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Warriors, Bears On Course

Topline Warriors and Army Bears recorded big wins in round two of the Vodafone Cup at Suva Grammar School grounds yesterday. Davuilevu Knights went down to Topline Warriors 20-10 while
30 Apr 2017 11:11
Warriors, Bears On Course
Suva City Storms Penijamini Tukuna tries to break through Nadera Panther defenders in their game at Grammar Ground on April 29th, 2017. Photo:Jone Luvenitoga

Topline Warriors and Army Bears recorded big wins in round two of the Vodafone Cup at Suva Grammar School grounds yesterday.

Davuilevu Knights went down to Topline Warriors 20-10 while Army Bears thrashed Police Sharks 34-4.

In other games, Nabua Broncos drew 16-16 with City Storm, Makoi Bulldogs edged out Dee Cee’s Nadera Panthers 22-20 while Pacific Energy Kinoya Sea Eagles managed to beat USP Islanders 12-10.

Games co-ordinator Tevita Korosaya said competition is expected to get tough as the games progress over the next few weeks.

“The competition has definitely picked up from the first round, the intensity has increased and we have seen teams already stepping up,” Korosaya said.

“I believe the competition will get even tougher as the weeks go by because the teams are currently getting a feel of the competition at the moment.

“Once the teams have settled in, they will be displaying some really good competition because they will be more prepared.

“It will be tough this year as we have Suva teams like Police, Nabua Broncos and also Topline Warriors who are doing well.

“But on the hand, we have Nasinu teams like Makoi Bulldogs and Nadera Panthers who are the old teams and they have a lot to offer to the competition.

“So it will actually be an interesting round of games next week and the weeks that follow.”

In the Reserve competition Topline Warriors and Kinoya Sea Eagles won by default while Nadera Panthers thrashed City Storm 40-6, USP Islanders won 14-10 over Nabua Broncos and Police Sharks beat Army Bears 14-4.

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