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Competition newcomers, the West Fiji Dolphins, have secured a win in their first ever Vodafone Cup Challenge clash after defeating the West Coast Storm, 20 – 18, in a tight affair on Saturday.

After their opening fixtures were washed out, the Dolphins had to wait an extra week before being able to run out their First and Reserve Grade sides in Fiji’s National Club competition.

In other matches that took place on the weekend, the Army Bears made it two from two after defeating the Makoi Bulldogs 26 – 10, whilst the Ravoravo Rabbitohs recorded a tight 14 – 8 win over the Lami Steelers.

Premier Grade:

Makoi Bulldogs 10 lost to Army Bears 26
Nabua Broncos 40 defeated the Nausori Bulldogs 6
Nadi Herons 20 lost to City Storm 26
USP Islanders 6 lost to Nadera Panthers 18
West Fiji Dolphins 20 defeated West Coast Storm 18
Lautoka Crushers 24 defeated Yasawa Saints 8
Ravoravo Rabbitohs 14 defeated 8 Lami Steelers

Reserve Grade:
Makoi Bulldogs 8 lost to Army Bears 20
USP Islanders 4 lost to Nadera Panthers 14
Nabua Broncos 36 defeated Nausori Bulldogs 14
Nadi Herons 20 defeated City Storm 6
West Fiji Dolphins 22 defeated West Coast Storm 6