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The old capital will be a buzz once again with the arrival of a Digicel Cup title contender for the round three match at Nasau Park. Both teams have one win and one loss in the bag to hover mid-way in the points table. Ovalau team manager Rev Semi
Apisai Take gave a man-of-the-match performance in his side's 20-16 win over Ovalau yesterday. Playing in front of their home crowd at Garvey Park, the gold miners came from 10-13 down at the break to steal victory in round 2 Digicel Cup competition.
The two teams meet at Garvey Park in Tavua in a round two Digicel Cup fixture and the host's coach Jonetani Savuti said they had identified their weaknesses. He said their flaws were quite evident in their 10-29 loss to Suva in round one of
Joel Vatu will make his debut for the Shop n Save Lautoka team during the opening round of the 2012/2013 Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League at Churchill Park tomorrow...Leisari Qalica, the star of the Central College team, has been
Valerio Nawatu continued his goal scoring prowess for Lautoka striking twice against Tavua in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League at Garvey Park yesterday. Lautoka beat Tavua 2-0 after both teams were locked nil-all at half time...The
Digicel Cup competition when they defeated Tavua 27-17 at Garvey Park yesterday. The win spoiled Tavua's aim of ending their 2012 rugby season on a high note as the Northerners prepared to face rugby giants Nadroga in their last game. But it was the
Digicel Cup semi-finals after a 29-6 bonus point win over Tavua at Garvey Park yesterday. The Tailevu side dominated the second spell after the hosts held a slender 6-5 lead at half time. Kinijoji Maivalili scored the opening try for Tailevu in the
Tebara Buses Tailevu is the first team to qualify for the Digicel Cup semi-final. The Lance Whippy-coached side cemented their place on the top of the competition points table with 41 points from nine matches so far. The team plays Tavua on Saturday
Yesterday, Tavua fielded a make shift team in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League against Rewa at Garvey Park. Surprisingly the home team came out victors 3-0 over the ten men Delta Tigers. Lovneel Pratap and Jonas Naceva were amongst
Fiji Football Association chief executive officer Bob Kumar confirmed Nadroga's protest against Tavua was succesful. The westerners filed a protest claiming Tavua's Lovneel Prasad should not have played in a fixture which Tavua won 2-0 at Garvey Park.