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Silktails to play 8 matches in Fiji

The Kaiviti Silktails are confirmed to play eight matches in Fiji in the 2023 Ron Massey Cup which kicks start in February.

The Silktails will split their matches between Fiji and Sydney after having spent the past two seasons based at Mascot due to the COVID pandemic.

The Ron Massey Cup will feature nine teams in 2023 with Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs joining the competition.

From its 16 group matches, the Silktails are scheduled to play eight matches in Fiji Lautoka’s Churchill Park with the other eight matches to be played in Sydney, Australia.

In Round 2 of the competition, Silktails will play their first home match against the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs RMC at 1 pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 25th March.

In Round 5, Silktails will host the Hills Bulls RMC at 2 pm  at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 15th April.

In Round 9, Silktails will play the St Marys RMC at 2 pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 20th May.

In Round 10, Silktails will field against the Penrith Brothers RMC at 2 pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 27th May.

In Round 12, Silktails will face the Glebe Dirty Reds at 2 pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 17th June.

In Round 13, Silktails will take on Mounties RMC at 2 pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 24th June.

In Round 16, Silktails will meet Ryde Eastwood Hawks RMC at 2 pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 25th July.

In Round 17, Silktails will conclude their home games against Wentworthville Magpies RMC at 2 pm at Churchill Park in Lautoka on 22th July.

Reginald Chandar
Reginald Chandar
Head of News & Sports | news@fijilive.com
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