Champions Lautoka beats Labasa 2-1 in their last DPL match

Champions Lautoka beats Labasa 2-1 in their last DPL match

By Rashika Kumar
Sunday 19/12/2021
[Photo: Fiji-FA]

Digicel Premier league champions, Lautoka beat Labasa 2-1 in their final match of the competition this afternoon.

Afraz Ali and Zibraaz Sahib scored a goal each for Lautoka.

Ilaisa Nayasi scored for Labasa.

Labasaโ€™s Taniela Waqa received a direct red card for a serious offence.

Meanwhile, Rewa has claimed the second spot on the table after beating Nadi 3-1 in the final round.

Samuela Nabenia, Gabrieli Matanisiqa and Epeli Valevou scored a goal each for Rewa while Mosese Nauci scored for Nadi.

Ba finished 3rd on the table after a nil all draw against Suva.



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