Winning Skipper Cup will mean a lot says Douglas
November 4, 2020 12:51 pm
Naitasiri fly-half Kini Douglas [Source: Naitasiri Rugby]
Naitasiri fly-half Kini Douglas hopes to win a Skipper Cup title in his career.
Douglas has been with the Naitasiri side since he left high school in 2012 and says the team needs to be on its best against Nadroga in the semifinal this weekend.
He says there’s a lot of young players in the Naitasiri squad, but imagine the possibilities if they go all the way in the Skipper Cup this season.
“It will mean a lot for us young players to win the Skipper Cup this year for the Vanua of Naitasiri but most importantly for these bunch of young fellows, it will mean a lot of us”.
Naitasiri finished second on the competition table while Nadroga was third.
The Highlanders host Nadroga at Ratu Cakobau Park in Nausori while Suva and Namosi will play at the ANZ Stadium on Saturday at 3pm.
Also at the ANZ Stadium, Suva takes on Lautoka in the women’s semifinal and Nadroga plays the capital city’s under-19.
At Ratu Cakobau Park, Naitasiri host defending women’s champion Tailevu and Namosi takes on Nadi in the under-19.
You can watch the Nadroga/Naitasiri clash LIVE and EXCLUSIVE on FBC TV and the Suva/Namosi match will air on FBC Sports channel.
The women’s semifinals will be aired LIVE as well.