May 20, 2022
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Nadroga vs Suva clash brought forward

The big Skipper Cup clash between Nadroga and champions Suva has been brought forward by a day and will now be played at Lawaqa Park this afternoon.

It is understood the Fiji Sports Council will be closing the venue from tomorrow to prepare for the 2022 Digicel Fiji FACT which kicks off on Thursday.

Despite the sudden schedule change, Suva Manager Nemani Tuifagalele says they are ready for the task ahead and are eager to beat the Stallions in their home ground.

“We are in the lions den, and there is no turning back now,” Tuifagalele told FijiLive.

“Although a slight change in timings, we are ready for the task ahead of us which will be no easy feat.

“However the players are ready to give their all.”

Nadroga will be out to seek a revenge after losing to Suva 21-18 at the ANZ Stadium in Round 6 of the competition.

The match kicks off at Lawaqa Park at 3pm.

By Noa Biudole

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