April 18, 2012
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Tailevu sides chase Cup wins

By Sunil Sharma
 
Leaders Northland and neighbours Tailevu will be gunning for wins in their repsctive Digicel Cup matches this weekend to further their lead on the points table.

The two sides are unbeaten in the competition alongside Nadroga which has played a match less.

Northland which sits on top of the table with eights points after two rounds of competition will host Iliesa Tanivula’s Nadi side on Saturday at Gatward Park in Tailevu.

The match will start at 3pm.

Northland will go into the game carrying a favorite tag with a home ground and support advantage.

Nadi will also be out register its first win as the side currently is in the bottom three with no points.

Tailevu will host Vatukoula on Saturday at 3pm at Ratu Cakobau Park.

Lautoka also holds a good chance to maintain its status in top three as the Maroons will travel to the north to face Macuata at 3pm at Subrail Park. 

Fifth place Suva will travel to Nasau Park Levuka to meet Ovalau at 3pm while at the same time Rewa will host Naitasiri at Burebasaga grounds.

The time and venue of the Nadroga versus Tavua match will be finalized later today.

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