June 25, 2012
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Nadi to host Blues in top of table clash

By Sunil Sharma

Nadi will host Lautoka in the National League top of the table clash this Friday at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.

The encounter is expected to be electrifying as both sides will try to topple each to maintain their status on top of the points table.

Nadi is just one point ahead of Lautoka on 23 while the Blues are on 22 points.

In other fixtures this week, Navua will travel to the North to play against Labasa on Saturday at 7.00pm at Subrail Park before taking on Savusavu on Sunday at 4.00pm at Ganilau Park.

Tavua will be back in action as they will travel to Lawaqa Park to meet Nadroga at 3.00pm on Sunday.

In a southern derby Rewa will host Suva at the same time at Ratu Cakobau Park.

In the premier division, Nasinu will host Levuka on Sunday at 3.00pm at Rishikul College ground while Rakiraki will face Vatukoula at the same time at Penang Sangam High School ground.

 Ba is on a bye this weekend.

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