Nasinu Women ready to meet Navosa in ANZ Marama Competition

Nasinu Women ready to meet Navosa in ANZ Marama Competition

By Iliana Biutu
Saturday 13/04/2024

The Nasinu Women’s team are leaving no stone unturned when they battle Navosa in the ANZ Marama Competition today.

Nasinu Captain Josiliva Vere Mocenacagi says the main aim today is to get a win against Navosa.

Mocenacagi says the rainy weather experienced in Suva did not deter their focus in terms of preparation.

Nasinu Head Coach Tomasi Katonivualiku says even though the team is still new, he has faith in them that they will perform well.

Katonivualiku says their target this year is to be in the top 5.

Nasinu will take on Navosa at Vatureba Ground, Navosa, at 12pm.

In other games, Nadroga will take on Suva, Nadi will play Naitasiri, Tailevu will meet Nadi and Yasawa will take on Lautoka.

Meanwhile, in the Skipper Cup competition, Nadroga will face Suva at Lawaqa Park, Namosi will meet Naitasiri at Thompson Park, Tailevu will take on Nadi at Ratu Cakobau Park, Yasawa will play Lautoka at Churchill Park and Ba will host Macuata at Vinod Patel Park.

All matches start at 3pm today.

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