Nadroga retained their Farebrother title after edging Suva 15-13 in a double header Skipper/Farebrother at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka today.
The hosts were trailing 8-13 when they were awarded a penalty try in the last second of the match to steal the victory from the Capital City side.
Suva drew first blood with a try from Jone Manu four and half minutes into the game to give the Capital side a 5-0 lead.
The Stallions replied with a penalty kick from half back Apisalome Waqatabu and a try from half back Josefa Kuricuva right at the half time mark gave Nadroga a 8-5 lead.
Suva levelled terms through Setareki Rawaba from the penalty to make it 8-all.
Suva’s patience paid off with a try from Jone Manu to give the Capital side a 13-8 lead with13 minutes remaining.
The Stallions were awarded a penalty try for a 15-13 victory.
In another match, Namosi defeated Tailevu 19-6.