August 12, 2017
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Dreketi keeps survival hopes alive

Dreketi defeated Rakiraki 1-0 in the Vodafone Premier League today at the FSC Ground in Ra to keep its survival hopes alive.

Striker Shoel Khan netted the winner in the second half for the Northerners.

Dreketi after the win has 7 points and plays its last match against defending champion Ba tomorrow.

The Johan Leewai coached side needs a win or a draw in that fixture to remain in the premier division.

Rakiraki after the loss remains at the bottom of the table with 1 point and will now need to beat Suva and Labasa in its remaining two matches by a good margin to relegate Dreketi and stay in the top league.

In the matches tomorrow;  Ba will host Dreketi, Rewa will travel to Prince Charles Park to play Nadi while leaders Lautoka will play Suva at Churchill Park. All matches commence at 3pm.

By Reginald Chandar


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