July 02, 2022
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Naitasiri bounces back to beat Tailevu

Naitasiri bounced back to winning form and overcame Tailevu 29-23 in Round 13 of the Skipper Cup today.

After losing three matches in a row, the Dr Ilaitia Tuisese coached side secured the much needed win to keep its home semifinal hopes alive.

Nadi also regrouped after last week's double header loss to beat Namosi 42-33 at Prince Charles Park.

Defending champions Suva also notched a 22-8 win over Northland at Gatward Park in Korovou to retain their third spot on the table.

And Nadroga beat Rewa 20-10 to defend the Inkk Farebrother Trophy Challenge at home in Lawaqa Park, Sigatoka.

By Noa Biudole

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