April 27, 2021
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Rongosulia joins Blues camp

Former Solomon Islands U20 marksman Jared Rongosulia has joined the Lautoka football team after completing his 14-day mandatory quarantine.

Rongosulia will add more spark and experience to the Blues strike force which also has another Solomon Islander in the form of Wilson Doedoke and top finisher Sairusi Nalaubu.

The crafty striker featured for Nasinu last season with Marlon Tahioa and Atkin Kaua but flew back home when border restrictions were announced due to coronavirus.

Lautoka has also secured the services of experienced Papua New Guinea striker Raymond Gunemba who is expected to fly into the country when travel restrictions ease.

The Digicel Premier League leaders are scheduled to face unbeaten Labasa in the next round.

By Reginald Chandar


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