November 11, 2007
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Suva beats Ba, registers first win

Ba’s hopes of being in contention to win the inaugural NEWWORLD Super Six National League Series was dashed today when they were defeated by Suva 4-2 at Govind Park.

This was Ba’s third loss and Suva's first win in the competition.

Suva’s Vanuatu import, Joseph Numariau was the toast of his side scoring all of Suva’s goals in the first half. Scores settled at 4-0 to Suva at halftime.

Ba tried to get back into the game but managed only two goals from Tuimasi Manuca and Keni Doidoi much to their fans disappointment.

The Vodafone sponsored Ba side has two more games remaining and still has a chance of wining the Super Six.

Labasa is at the top of the points table with 18 points, also with two games remaining against Suva and Navua. Labasa will need to win both their games to bag the S6.

Lautoka has moved up to second spot in the table with 16 points while Ba is one point behind at third place.

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