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Rewa shows promise despite draw

Rewa head coach Roderick Singh says the Delta Tigers were strong against tough opponents Lautoka in the first playoffs, despite missing out on key scoring chances.

“We came out firing, we threatened the Lautoka line a bit, but we couldn’t finish our chances. However, I’m glad the boys have generally put in a good performance,” Coach Singh shared.

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Singh noted that Rewa’s new players blended well with the team, effortlessly contributing to the game and showing no signs of being new to the squad.

“I think they gelled well. You see, they don’t look like the new boys. They look like they’ve been playing together for years,”

“They have gelled well, and that’s a positive sign for me,” he concluded.

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Delta Tigers Rewa will now face Lautoka Blues in their home ground in Churchill Park this Sunday.

Simran Chand
Simran Chand
Journalist | news@fijilive.com

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