Harlies out to end bad streak

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The National, Friday 7th June 2013

 HOODOSCO Harlequins return to the Maltech oval tomorrow with high hopes of a win against Cardinals in game three of round one in the East New Britain Rugby Union. 

Harlies coach Dr Dominic Kunai is confident his side can break a two-game losing streak when they line up against the Cardinals. 

Redskins share the leaders spot   with Barbarians on two wins apiece and are determined to make it three in a row this weekend.

Barbarians play Vikings in game three this weekend.

In other matches, Tomaringa Royals are yet to register a win when they meet the Eugene Tokavai-led Matupit Diggers primed after a bye last weekend. 

Games coordinator Tony Namur said Royals are still to make the switch from two losses to Barbarians and Redskins. 

Kinabot Piggies face Redskins.