Nadroga ruggers remain undeterred
April 12, 2012 1:00 am
Nadroga 15s rugby manager, Paula Biu says the recent flash floods in the area have not deterred them from preparing for the Digicel Cup season.
The Fiji Rugby Union cancelled their Round 3 match against Macuata at Subrail Park on Saturday however, Biu says in the meantime, they will continue to build a strong outfit.
“We started our training again after missing out for two weeks due to the current floods that affected in Nadroga and Navosa, but it hasn’t stopped the players from their own training. We will carry on preparing for our next match.”
The defending champions already have a win under their belt, beating Naitasiri 44-10 at Lawaqa Park in the first round.
Other Digicel Cup games on Saturday will see Suva hosting Tailevu at the National Stadium, Naitasiri faces Ovalau at Ratu Cakobau Park, Lautoka takes on Northland at Churchill Park and Vatukoula plays Rewa at Theodore Park.
A live commentary of the Suva-Lautoka match will air on our sister station Bula FM with the voice of rugby Graham Eden and Peni Rokodiva.
The delayed television coverage of the match will air on FBC TV at 11.30pm on Saturday.