The Vodafone Labasa football side is still on top of the New World National Football League Super Six points table after the second round of matches.
The side didn’t play over the weekend but still holds a three point lead on the table over Vodafone Ba which has so far played only match.
The only two matches in the S6 saw Lautoka thump Power Electric Suva 3-0 with goals from Valerio Nawatu, Shorab Ali and Salesh Sami.
The Whites looked to have secured at least a point until the last 12 minutes of the match when the hosts pumped in three goals.
Lautoka coach Dennis Singh wasn’t satisfied with the result saying they left it too late to find the back of the net.
Singh said his players only managed to get through because the Suva players were tired after having a key defender, Krishna Sami sent off in the first spell.
"What got us through was our fitness," Singh said."Apart from that the boys failed to function. There were lapses of concentration in defence.
"Once again we wasted many good opportunities of scoring.
V Energy Nadi managed a 1-0 win over Viva Rewa with striker Ili Gaunavou being the hero.It was Nadi’s first match and the Jetsetters showed a lot of promise.
In the Bottom Four Southerners Southern Forest Navua is on top after the side disposed Tavua 2-0.
The goals were scored by new signing Thomas Vulivuli and former Olympian Simione Maikali.
Nasinu also has three points after the side beat Nadroga 2-1 in a controversial match.
Harold Buksh and Aldrine Kilua scored for Nasinu while Vimal Naidu got the goal for the hosts.
Games will be played this week with the round starting tomorrow night. Nadi will host Ba at Prince Charles Park at 7pm.
In other matches this weekend, Rewa will host Ba while Labasa will travel to Lautoka. Suva will host Nadi at the National Stadium before playing Ba on Wednesday week.