West Coast win ‘Battle of the Storms’ in Fiji Vodafone Cup

The West Coast Storm have won the highly anticipated battle of the Storms in last weekend’s Fiji Vodafone Cup Challenge.

The Round Three match up saw the West Coast Storm face the Suva City Storm in both Premier and Reserve Grade, with the West Coast based team recording victories in both.

In other matches, defeating Premiers, the Ravoravo Rabbitohs recorded their second win of the season, defeating the Nabua Broncos, whilst the Army Bears recorded a 16 – 4 win over the Nadi Herons.

Premier Grade
West Coast Storm 22 defeated Suva City Storm 14
Makoi Bulldogs 28 drew with Police Sharks 28
Lami Steelers 28 defeated Yasawa Saints 2
Lautoka Crushes 6 lost to West Dolphins 30
Nadi Herons 4 lost to Army Bears 16
Ravoravo Rabbitohs 30 defeated Nabua Broncos 20

Reserve Grade
Lami Steelers 8 – Yasawa Saints 10
Makoi Bulldogs 4 lost to Police Sharks 34
West Coast Storm 12 defeated Suva City Storm 8
Lautoka Crushers lost to West Dolphins (WBD)
Nadi Herons 6 lost to Army Bears 46
Ravoravo Rabbitohs 22 defeated Nabua Broncos 8

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