August 12, 2021
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90% of Nadro footballers fully vaccinated

90percent of the Nadroga football players and officials have fully vaccinated, confirms team president Mohammed Ali.

Ali said they have requested the remaining players to fully vaccinate before the football activities resume in the country.  

He said they are hopeful that the country will get back to normalcy and the Stallions will bounce back to their form.

He also mentioned the side is waiting for a green light to be given by the Ministry of Health so that players can get back and train together as a team.

Nadroga will meet Navua in the bottom of the table clash in round seven of the Digicel Premier League.

By Romeka Romena  


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