July 05, 2012
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Ba without key defenders for North trip

By Sunil Sharma

The Men-in-Black is expected to be without three key defenders for their 2-match tour of the North this weekend.

Alvin Singh, Manueli Kalou and Malakai Kainihewe have not been attending training.

Rugged sweeper Singh has flown off to Australia to attend personal commitment while central defender Kalou is nursing a hamstring injury and has been sitting out from training.  

Veteran defender Kainihewe has not trained with the team due to work commitment.

The Men-in-Black will also be without U23s striker Jone Salauneune who is currently in New Zealand attending a trial with a kiwi club.

The Yogendra Dutt-coached side has a good chance to claim second spot on the league leaderboard as second placed Lautoka is on a BYE this week.

Ba currently have 19 points from eight games and maximum points are set to take them to 25 points.

Ba will face Labasa on Saturday at 7pm at Subrail Park before travelling to Ganilau Park on Sunday to take on Savusavu at 3pm.  

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