May 14, 2022
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Nadi hand Naitasiri first defeat

Nadi handed Naitasiri its first defeat in the Skipper Cup competition this season after edging the Hillmen 32-31 at Churchill Park today.

The win sees Nadi go level on top of the table with Naitasiri remaining on top through points difference.

Suva climbs up on the rankings as well after demolishing Rewa on their home ground 49-0.

Tailevu held firm at Ratu Cakobau Park to win the eastern derby with speed machine Adriu Nayaga scoring crucial tries to beat Northland 17-12.

Nadroga also bounced back from their loss to Suva last week to beat Namosi at Thomson Park in a close 32-29 thriller.

By Noa Biudole

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