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Ono-I-Lau Make Mark

Ono-i-Lau women’s cricket team coach, Nemani Bale is confi­dent that unity will help his side win. Their team was unbeaten on the first day of the national women’s cricket tournament which is now underway at Albert Park, Suva.
07 Apr 2022 14:21
Ono-I-Lau Make Mark

Ono-i-Lau women’s cricket team coach, Nemani Bale is confi­dent that unity will help his side win.

Their team was unbeaten on the first day of the national women’s cricket tournament which is now underway at Albert Park, Suva.

They hope to beat top two seeds Suva and Moce.

“It is a good competition with other teams,” Bale said

“Our players can play for Fiji if they get picked. I’ve told them to just do their best so that they can represent Fiji in the future,” he said.

“I believe that unity in our team will help us beat top seeds Suva and Moce.

“Some are as young as 16 who have gradually mastered cricket.”

Nadi Blue, Rotuma, Serua and Tailevu have a win and a loss each on day one.

Day1 Results:

Rotuma won by 12 runs against Tai­levu North, Tailevu won by 14 runs against Komo, Nadi Blue won by 8 wickets over Serua, Ono-i-Lau won by 7 wickets over Nadi Green, Moce won by 4 runs over Rotuma, Suva won by 40 runs over Tailevu, Ono-i-Lau won by 20 runs over Komo, Serua won by 20 runs over Tailevu North, Suva won by 9 wickets over Nadi Green and Moce won by 14 runs over Nadi Blue.



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