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Police win Nawaka 7s

April 12, 2014 8:00 am

The Police National side rallied to a 26-21 victory over Yamacia in the Fiji Bitter Nawaka 7s this evening.

The Manasa Bari coached side trailed Yamacia 14-5 at the breather.

The second half saw both teams score tit-for-tat to keep the crowd on its feet.

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Indiscipline crept into the match in the latter stages with a player from both teams sent to the sin-bin.

Yamacia led Police by 21-19 until the17th minute when some neat passing resulted in a try in the corner to put the lawmen in the lead for the first time.

Rover Apisalome Waqatabu sealed the win with a sublime sideline conversion for the final score of 26-21 and see Police win the title and collect the $10,000 prize money.

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Spoon Final

Hideaway Hurricanes 12 – Bainivanua 7

Bowl Final

Wardens Gold 20 – West Warden 15

Plate Final

Red Rock 10 – Tabadamu 7

Women’s Final

Marist Seahawks 26 – Central Chiefs 0

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