June 21, 2022
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Nadroga has to step up, says Radrodro

Seasoned campaigner Eremasi Radrodro says Nadroga needs to pick up its game and employ better strategies if they are to win the INKK Farebrother trophy this Saturday against Nadi at Prince Charles Park.

The third placed Stallions dug deep to beat former cup holders Naitasiri 30-22 over the weekend at Lawaqa Park, with the former skipper saying that need to go one step further.

“There was still a lot of mistakes made, and definitely something to work on, Radrodro said after the match.

“Good teams now how to attack teams that make mistakes, and a champion team like Nadi can be very dangerous.

“It is not going to be easy taking on a team like Nadi in their own backyard, but we have to ensure we do our part well.”

We’ll analyse our game, and make sure we are a stronger side at Prince Charles Park.”

The big challenge gets underway at 3pm.

By Noa Biudole


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