April 02, 2017
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Blues beat Rewa, lead standings

Lautoka has grabbed the top spot in the Vodafone Premier League standings after beating Rewa 1-0 at Churchill Park today.

Replacement Sekove Finau, the younger sibling of Peni Finau, Leone Vurukania and Osea Vakatalesau netted the winner for Lautoka ten minutes before full-time.

The Blues now have 9 maximum points from three matches and are the only consistent team in the competition at this stage while Rewa has 6 points from three matches.

By Reginald Chandar

 


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