October 07, 2016
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Rewa beats Dreketi, plays waiting game

Rewa narrowly defeated Dreketi 1-0 in its final Group B fixture of the 2016 Inter District Championship today and will now have to wait for the outcome of the last match between Ba and Nadi to know its fate.

The Delta Tigers needed a big margin win to keep the pressure on Ba and Nadi but with the result, they will have to hope that Ba beats Nadi by two clear goals.

If this eventuates then Rewa will sneak into the semis.

Currently Ba, Nadi and Rewa are all level with 4 points each.  The Westerners however have better goal difference.

Ba has +4 goal difference, Nadi has +1 while Rewa has 0.

Dreketi has bowed out with 1 point.

Striker Iosefo Verevou netted the lone goal of the match in injury time.

Ba and Nadi will clash at 5pm. A draw will be enough to see both the team progress.

By Reginald Chandar

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