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Lautoka shifts focus on VPL

August 12, 2019 12:14 pm
Action from the Labasa vs Lautoka match

The Lautoka soccer side will now shift focus onto its next Vodafone Premier League match following its Battle of the Giants defeat to Labasa yesterday in the final.

The Blues played their hearts out but the Babasiga side proved too strong.

The match ended with a lone goal scored by Labasa striker Siotama Kubu.

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Lautoka Coach Aginesh Prasad says his team performed well and will now turn their focus on securing a position in the OFC League.

“Yeah as I say, our main focus is League, we want to qualify for the O League, as a coach I have no complaints what so ever for the boys, they gave their hearts out, no one expected Lautoka to be in the final but we came, we are here and we gave everything, I mean to say I have no issues or no complain with my boys”

The next round of the Vodafone Premier League fixtures are yet to be released.

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