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Suva remain on Top

Suva last Sunday beat Rewa 1-0 in a top of the table clash to maintain their unbeaten run. Lethal striker Samuela Drudru maintained his good form as his 30th minute goal proved to be the difference. #Gurjit Singh, the Suva coach believes his side are headed in the right direction. #“We have accomplished 3 wins from 3 games and I’m pleased very pleased with the team. There are few players who need to improve their game but overall it was a good game against Rewa,” Singh told SunSports. #Marika Rodu, the Rewa coach says failing to utilise their opportunities was costly for them. #“We lost possession and missed a lot of opportunities. We were too impatient with the ball and it proved costly for us in the end,” he said. #Ba and Nadi kicked off their 2014 league season on a positive note and claimed crucial victories. Nadi defeated Nadroga 2-0 at Prince Charles Park while Ba edged Navua 1-0. #Lone Vanua Levu-based side Labasa seem to have regained their confidence as they picked up their second victory in a row when they beat Lautoka 2-1 at Churchill Park. #Lautoka and Navua remain the only two sides in the league which are yet to gain a point. #The highlight in the Fiji Sun Skipper Tuna Youth League last weekend was the huge 10 -0 victory by Rewa over Suva. # Fiji FA MEDIA # #

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