November 17, 2012
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O'Connor hat trick sinks Samabula in NCC

By Sunil Sharma

Navua striker Inoke O’Connor scored a hat trick for his League Football Club to beat Samabula FC 3-2 to remain in the hunt in day two of the Kriz Signs National Club Championship in Ba today.

O’Conner broke the dead lock into the first minute of the play before Dinesh Mudaliar in the 21st minute equalised for Samabula.

In the second half Samabula came back strongly and took a 2-1 lead in the 32nd minute through Nickel Chand.

League FC coached by former Navua rep Saiyad Ali kept its cool to see O’Connor slot in the equaliser in the 58th minute before finding the back of nett four minutes later with the winner.

League had lost their opening game  2-1 to Shore Blues yesterday.

On other hand Wailoku FC also bounce back with a 7-0 win over Lami club, Shore Blues.

The Wailoku side lost 3-0 to Samabula FC yesterday in their opening game.

Meanwhile, 4R Electrical and GM United are currently battling out with scores locked nil-all.

Overall its all square in the race for the semi final and final with all clubs needing to win their next few games for places in the play-offs.

FijiLive

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