May 07, 2012
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Salauneune cleared for Ba's remaining matches

By Sunil Sharma

Promising striker Jone Salauneune has been declared fit for Ba's remaining pool matches of the Fiji FACT this week in Nausori.

Salauneune copped an injury after scoring the Men In Black's equaliser against Navua yesterday and was replaced.

A team official confirmed to FijLive this morning that Salauneune will attend light training for two days and should be all well for the side's second match against Nadroga this Thursday.

Ba will also be strengthened with the return of top left back Marika Madigi who had to sit out of the Navua clash due to suspension.

Ba has one point in Pool 1 and will take on leaders Nadroga at 8pm on Thursday.

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