September 03, 2016
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Lautoka beats champs Rewa in penalties

A new winner will be crowned in the 2016 INKK Mobile Battle Of Giants after reigning champion Rewa was beaten 4-3 in penalty shootout in the second semifinal at Ratu Cakobau Park today.

The winner had to be determined via shootout after the two teams failed to score in normal and extra time.

Rewa goalkeeper Simione Tamanisau blocked the first shot by Ratu Josefata Dugucagi but Captain Amani Makoe and Misaele Draunibaka missed their attempts.

Veterans Lorima Dau and Simione Maikali together Epeli Saukuru managed to score for Rewa.

Zibraaz Sahib, Jone Vono Junior, Leisari Qalica and Dave Radrigai scored from their attempts for Lautoka.

Singh’s Rental Lautoka will face Labasa in the grand finale at 3pm tomorrow.

By Reginald Chandar


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