Nadi 0 Nadroga 1

Nadi failed to spark against Nadroga thus conceded their third loss in the league which will no doubt affect their chances to lift the prestigious title and earn an Oceania Champions League spot for the 2014 season.
Navneeda Goundar, the Nadi Football Association president believes luck was not on their side.
“It was a bad luck. We didn’t win despite creating a lot of chances.” Goundar said.
Thomas Coster’s 16th minute goal proved to be the match winner for the Nadroga side.
Nadi faced a major blow-ten minute from the final whistle when Amani Makoe was given the marching orders by the referee.
In a bid to get their campaign back on track the Western-based side will need a positive result this weekend when they travel to ANZ National Stadium to face Suva at 3pm.
In other results over the weekend the Nadi U21 side thumped Nadroga 5-0. The lone Fiji Sun GP Batteries Premier Division Football League match between Lami-Nasinu was postponed due to bad weather.
Full Time : Jacks Nadi 0 Nadroga 1
Nadroga Caution: Thomas Coster (61’)
Nadi Caution: Amani Makoe (23’), Ratu Inia Bainivalu (49’)
Nadroga Goal: Thomas Coster (16’)
Sent – off: Amani Makoe (79’)
Full Time : Nadi Youth 5 Nadroga Youth 0

Nadi Caution: Rahil Krishna (42’), Jolame Vukivuki (76’)
Nadroga Cautions: Shivneel Sharma (69’)
Nadi Goals: Tunacika Tuimtaiwalu (35’), Ronald Singh (37’), Temesi Tuwai (46’), Muni Ajendra Naidu (66’), Maleli Waqavonovono (88’)

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