March 28, 2021
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Lautoka ends Ba's unbeaten run

Lautoka ended Ba's unbeaten run in the Digicel Premier League after registering a 2-1 win in their Round 4 clash at Churchill Park today.

The Viti Water Flow sponsored Blues featured strongly under new coach Imdad Ali and managed to deliver a more settled performance in the second spell.

Ba had a good first half as well with strikers Samuela Drudru, Darold Kakasi and Etonia Dogalau missing some good sitters.

After a goal-less first half, the hosts went up in the 63rd minute through a Dave Radrigai goal.

Striker Sairusi Nalaubu doubled Lautoka's lead seven minutes later.

Hardworking Kakasi pulled one back for the IT Solutions/Priceline Pharmacy sponsored Ba late in the match.

Both teams now have 7 points each after playing four matches.

By Reginald Chandar


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