Namosi to work on discipline

Namosi to work on discipline

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Tuesday 28/07/2020
Namosi beat Tailevu in the Skipper Cup last week. [image: FRU]

Maintaining discipline is a key concern for the Namosi rugby team ahead of their Skipper Cup and Farebrother Challenge match this weekend.

Namosi received 3 red cards last week against Tailevu but still managed to come from behind to claim their first win in the competition.

Paula Nayacakeli, Sakiusa Gavidi, and Jone Naqisi all received the red cards for indiscipline play.

Namosi Rugby Union President Tui Saladoka says they will be addressing this issue during their training sessions this week.

Namosi is currently in second place on the points table while Nadroga is sitting in fourth place.

The Skipper Cup and Farebrother Sullivan Trophy challenge between Nadroga and Namosi will be held at Lawaqa Park.

In other matches this week, Suva will take on Yasawa at 3pm at the ANZ Stadium, Nadi will face Naitasiri at 3pm at Ratu Cakobau Park while Lautoka will play Tailevu at 3pm at Churchill Park.

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