July 09, 2018
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Tailevu and Northland reclaim top status

Tailevu and Northland will return to top level provincial rugby next year after finishing the Vodafone Vanua Championship in the top two.

The neighbours managed to secure their places in next season’s Skipper Cup after winning their respective semifinal matches last Friday.

Tailevu had to fight tooth and nail to beat Lautoka 21-20 at Prince Charles Park in Nadi while Northland registered a 29-19 win at Ratu Cakobau Park over Yasawa.

The two sides will clash in the grand finale at 5pm on Friday at Ratu Cakobau Park to decide the winner of this season’s Vodafone Vanua Championship.

By Reginald Chandar

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