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Police Blue beat Army Green in Digicel Escott Shield

Police Blue beat Army Green in Digicel Escott Shield

By Semi Turaga
Thursday 17/09/2020
Police Blue and Army Green after their clash Escott Shied clash yesterday. [Image: Suva Rugby Union]

The Police Blue rugby side beat Army Green 20-3 in their Digicel Escott Shield match yesterday.

Both teams featured Suva Provincial players.

In the Suva women’s Senitoa Cup, the Striders rugby team beat the Army 39-5.

After Round 6 of competition, Army Green leads the Escott Shield points table with 21 points, Police Blue is second with 20 points and Covenant Blue is third with 13 points.


[Source: Suva Rugby Union]

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