March 26, 2021
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Champs Tabadamu remain on song

Champions Tabadamu remain the team to beat in the 45th Fiji Bitter Marist 7s after beating the Life After Rugby (LAR) Barbarians 10-0 in their ranking match at the ANZ Stadium this evening.

After a tough four minutes, LAR lost winger Manasa Natuituba to a yellow card and an extra man advantage allowed Tabadamu to get on the score-board through Ben Vota.

Petero Kelevanua converted to give them a 7-0 lead.

The second half proved more tensed and tight as both teams looked for points.

Minutes before full time, Tabadamu received a penalty and Kelevanua opted to take a shot between the uprights to seal victory.

By Romeka Romena

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