August 10, 2022
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Nadroga focus on BOG

The Nadroga football side is shifting its focus to the upcoming Punjas Battle of the Giants that will be played at Lautoka's Churchill Park later this month.
 
Head Coach Joseph Nand said their training will continue despite the side not playing Rewa this week in Round 17 of the Digicel Premier League.
 
He said while the side has moved out of the danger zone in the League, Nadroga will need to work on their midfield and finish ahead of the tournament.
 
"Our focus now goes to the BOG tournament."
 
"We are not going to play any more League games until BOG but we will continue with our training."
 
"I think a lot of work and improvements are required."
 
"We will just have to go back and reflect on our performance since the second round of League resumption."
 
"I think we have some areas to improve and midfield and our finishing have been a concern. We have to work on our discipline also."
 
"We want to carry on with our winning form and that has cushioned us now. We are in a safer zone now. That was the aim of our 2-nil win against Nasinu."  
 
"I think we did really well in Fiji FACT where we bowed out undefeated.
 
"That is a good lift for the team going into BOG," Nand said. 
 
Meanwhile, the Punjas BOG draws will take place in Nadi tomorrow. 
 
By Romeka Romena     


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