March 23, 2018
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Champs Tabadamu make flying start

Defending champion Tabadamu Blue started its campaign in the 42nd Fiji Bitter Marist 7s on a high note at the ANZ Stadium in Suva today and registered impressive victories in all of its pool matches.

Laced with players like Nasoni Roko,  Apenisa Cakaubalavu, Samu Bale and Emosi Vucago, Tabadamu defeated West Coast Drifters 35-0 in its first match before thumping Portsmouth Kelland Brothers 40-0 and beating Vuna 21-0.

Police Blue, Wardens,  last season's finalist Army Green, Police White and Saunaka also recorded big wins in their matches and progress to the first elimination round unbeaten.

Day 1  Collated ResultsArmy 1 22-5 Tabadamu Red, Kingdom Brothers 12-19 Cavaliers Nadi,  Marist 21-10 Humes Team,  Elim Brothers 14-10 Muaniwavu Qauia,  Mana Magicians 7-28 St Gabriel Nakavika, Police White 17-0 Draunivau Sharks,  PNG Highlanders 7-22 Skaffworks,  Natoba 0-0 Vatunilumi Brothers,  Namataga  10-31  Nakaiolo Brothers Kadavu, PNG 22-7 Ratu Filise Development, Army 2 19-14 M16 Blues,  Samurai Baracudas 5-14  Vomo Island Resort,  Cuvu Blues 17-19 Saunaka,  Solomon Islands 5-12 Sawani Brothers Bua,  Cousteau  Rugby 5-7 Niurua Creative,  Mosi Steelers 10-17 Veivanua Team Army Engineers, Navatuvula 12-0 Yageta Turtles,  Flagstaff 0-40 Yasawa,  Wardens 29-10 Veilomani Steelers, Duavata Young Boys 21-7 Army Loggies, Holy Cross Parish Wairiki 7-12 Southwest Brothers, Somosomo Sharks 7-10 Roko Sports Nakavu, Nawaka 12-19 Pacific Warriors Nairai, Tabadamu Blue 40-0 Portsmouth Kelland Brothers,  West Coast Drifters 10-14 Vuna Rugby,  Police Blue 14-5 Gaunavou,  Ravuka Sharks 24-0 Seniqumu, Natoba Team 10-12 Colo-I- Suva,  First Light Taveuni 24-0 Nakaiolo Brothers Kadavu, Namataga Young Brothers 5-0 Koio Rugby Wailoku,  Suva Stallions 14-15 FTG Rugby, Island Brothers 7-36 Congo Waimanu Rugby, Flagstaff 12-33 St John Namena Natovi,  Wardens 28-0 Cavaliers,  Kingdom Brothers 14-14 Veilomani Steelers,  Marist33-7 Muaniwavu Qauia,  Elim Brothers 14-0 Humes Team,  Army 1 28-7  St Gabriel Nakavika,  Mana Magicians 0-24 Tabadamu Red,  Police White 21-17 Scaffworks,  PNG Highlanders 17-10 Draunivau Sharks, Ratu Filise 29-0 Vatunilumi Brothers, PNG 24-5 M16 Blues and Navakacoa,  Army 2 12-7 Ratu Filise Development,  Samurai Baracudas 12-19 Saunaka,  Cuvu Blues 27-7 Vomo Island Resort,  Solomon Islands 0-36 Niurua,  Cousteau Resort 7-0 Sawani Brothers Bua,  Mosi Steelers 12-14 Yageta Turtles,  Navatuvula 14-14 Veivanua Team Army Engineers,  Tuvalu 0-19  Pacific Island Yasawa.

 

By Reginald Chandar

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