The Takuvaine women’s team, which will have the advantage of playing at home at Takuvaine Field, will be hoping to show an improved ability to attack more consistently.
Not only will the team look to improve their attack capabilities, they will look also to improve their effort on the other side of the ball and to be in the right places defensively, especially off goal kicks.
Titikaveka will be coming from a bye, and the week-long break should have energised the team, who should be hyped to be playing again and will aim to start like a house on fire.
Titikaveka also suffered a loss in round one of the football competition against Tupapa Maraerenga so a win becomes a must, as they do not want to start the competition with two straight losses, and that could seriously hinder their run for the championship title.
Today’s encounter is set to be a thriller, with both sides determined to go through to the next round with a win under their belt.
The U-14 boys will precede the day’s match which kicks off at 4pm.
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4.00pm - U14 Boys - Takuvaine vs Titikaveka (Referee: Lai Gukisuva, Assistants: Emilie Pierce, Tanisha Tangimetua), 5.00pm – Women - Takuvaine vs Titikaveka (Referee: Mata Iroa, Assistants: Emilie Pierce, Lai Gukisuva), 5.00pm - Premier men - Takuvaine vs Titikaveka (Referee: Terry Piri, Assistants: John Pareanga, Robert Savage).