June 29, 2022
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Labasa will come out firing: Rodu

Rewa is not leaving any stone unturned as it prepares for a tough Round 11 Digicel Premier League encounter against Labasa on Sunday.
Head Coach Marika Rodu said the Babasiga Lions will come out firing and he is expecting a tough and torrid battle.
"Labasa came from behind and snatched a win last week against Nasinu and I'm sure they will be a strong team this week."
"We played them in the first round of  the League and also at the Fiji FACT so we know what they are capable of."
"Definitely, they will come hard and will put on a strong performance just like they did during Fiji FACT."
"In the last nine league games they were there but they came out as something else in Fiji FACT and again last week."
"So I'm confident they will be dangerous and will be raring to hand us a defeat."
Glamada Rewa currently sits on the second spot and remains unbeaten in the DPL.
"We have a game plan and we always urge the players to play according to the game plan."  
"Ba was tough for us last week and we saw a draw so we can’t afford to make any errors."
"The players know how important the remaining league games are for us and we always encourage the players to work according to the plan."
"Sometimes, things don't go our way on the field but we tell the players to stay humble and just enjoy the game," he said.
The big clash kicks off at 3.30pm at Ratu Cakobau Park.
By Romeka Romena 

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