November 19, 2016
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Rewa bows out of Pacific Cup

Rewa has kissed the 2016 Pacific Cup goodbye after going down 1-0 to Suva in its final Pool B match at Prince Charles Park in Nadi today.

The Delta Tigers ended their campaign with one win and three losses.

Replacement striker Sairusi Nalaubu headed in the lone goal for Suva midway in the second half from a Setareki Hughes corner kick.

Rewa Coach Marika Rodu entered the field in the second half to add his experience to the forwards but good defensive play by Suva kept the scores intact till the final whistle.

The result boosts Suva’s semifinal chances and the Whites have one more match remaining against Auckland All Stars this afternoon.  A win should seal Suva’s place in the semifinals.

By Reginald Chandar

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