May 17, 2022
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Nadroga out to seek revenge

Nadroga will seeking revenge against champions Suva when the two sides will clash in the Skipper Cup at Lawaqa Park this Saturday.

The Stallions narrowly lost the first round encounter 21-18 at the ANZ Stadium but have the chance to settle the scores on their home turf.

Seventh placed and winless Rewa have a daunting task, travelling to Prince Charles Park to take on giants Nadi who currently tied in first place with Naitasiri.

Namosi hosts Tailevu at Thomson Park, and will look to go one better after holding Tailevu to a 21 all draw in round six.

And finally the Farebrother Trophy holders Naitasiri will meet the challenge of Northland at Naluwai ground.

All games are scheduled for Saturday at 3pm.

By Noa Biudole


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