Army not underestimating Police ahead of Ratu Sukuna Bowl Challenge

Army not underestimating Police ahead of Ratu Sukuna Bowl Challenge

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Friday 11/12/2020
Police and Army during the captains run at the ANZ stadium yesterday.

The Subrails Army team is not underestimating Police ahead of their FMF Ratu Sukuna Bowl Challenge today.

Army Captain Sireli Ledua says they understand that Police has a lot of world-class players in their team but this will not affect Army.

He says winning the title last year does not mean that they are better than their opponents but it provides them with the inspiration to become better than before.

Army will have the services of Fiji Airways Men's National 7s Team Captain Meli Derenalagi, Olympian Apisai Domolailai, former Flying Fijian Manasa Saulo, John Stewart and Jone Manu.

The Ratu Sukuna Bowl Challenge will be played at 4.30pm today at the ANZ Stadium and you can catch the live commentary on Viti FM.

The program begins at 10am with the Oldies Competition.


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