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Skipper Cup: We Must Beat Suva, Says Yasawa Captain

“We don’t want to go back to the Vodafone Vanua Cup next season,” he said.
19 Sep 2020 12:17
Skipper Cup: We Must Beat Suva, Says Yasawa Captain
Suva rugby captain James Brown (third from left) leads the players during their warm-up session on September 12, 2020. Brown is expected to lead Suva in today’s clash against Yasawa at Churchill Park, Lautoka. Photo: Ronald Kumar

The Jone Tanoa captained- Yasawa Marlins side will fight tooth and nail to remain in the Skipper Cup Premiership.

That means they must upset Suva in today’s clash at Churchill Park, Lautoka. Tanoa said they would not leave any stones unturned as they embark on a mission to avenge their 10-3 loss to Ram Sami sponsored Suva at the ANZ Stadium, Suva, on August 1.

“We don’t want to go back to the Vodafone Vanua Cup next season,” he said.

“We have learnt a lot from big teams like Nadroga, Naitasiri, and Namosi.

“We will settled down and win our return matches.”

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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