8 June, 2023, 11:13 pm Central - 21°C Clouds

Suva thrash Nadroga 83-0 in Marama Championship

Suva thrash Nadroga 83-0 in Marama Championship

By Alipate Narawa
Saturday 25/03/2023
[Photo: File]

The round 1 of the ANZ Marama Championship kicked off earlier today in Prince Charles Park with defending senior grade champions Suva thrashing Nadroga 83-0.

In the other senior grade game played today Nadroga thumped Tailevu 64-12.

In the under 19 grade, Suva drew 22-22 all with Nadroga, Yasawa thrashed Rewa 51-0, and Navosa edged Tailevu 10-7.


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