October 07, 2012
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U21s defeat Labasa, complete Ba swoop

Ba U21s stormed to a convincing 6-0 victory over their Labasa counterparts at the Academy ground today to complete the Men-in-Black's clean sweep in the 2012 National Football League after their senior team lay claim on the Super Premier title late last month.

A brace from Manasa Lawakula in the first half saw the Men-in-Black youth team take a 2-0 lead at half-time before Jope Masibalavu, Praneel Naidu, Narendra Rao and Prashnil Kumar added one each in the second half to end the hopes of the Rewa U21s and seal the victory.

Ba, Rewa and Labasa qualified into the playoff as top finishers in the West, South and North Zones.

In the first match-up Friday night, Ba and Rewa drew level 1-all then Rewa beat Labasa 4-1 yesterday hoping today's game go into Labasa's favour. But, it was not to be as Ba with today's big win boasted a better goal differential which earned them the U21 championship.

By Lavenia Vuadreu

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