October 23, 2016
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Labasa registers second straight win

IDC Champion Labasa registered its second straight win of the Vodafone Premier League at Subrail Park today after beating Nadroga 1-0.

The Babasiga Lions entered the match in high spirits after beating Lautoka 2-0 yesterday and the return of Christopher Wasasala and Ilaisa Nayasi from suspension further boosted their chances.

Striker Ratu Apenisa Anare headed in the lone goal of the match in the second half after connecting well with a Wasasala free-kick.

The loss has inflicted more pain and misery to Nadroga as the Stallions remain winless after playing 10 matches and are heading closer to relegation.

Labasa now has 15 points from 9 matches and has jumped to the fifth spot on the standings.

By Reginald Chandar

Rythm


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