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Victorians Work On Game Plan

Victorians Work On Game Plan
Ulaiyasi Ratulevu and PEni Naurbe secure the ball for QVS in their game against Sty John College.Photo:Jone Luvenitoga
August 09
11:21 2017

Defending Champions Queen Victoria School are working hard on their game plan as they prepare to face Ratu Kadavulevu School in the under-18 Coke Zero Deans final at the ANZ Stadium on Saturday.

The Vulinitu boys encountered a close victory against rivals Saint John’s College 15-13 during the semifinal last Saturday.

Principal Seru Banuve said they anticipate a tough final against RKS and the boys aim to defend their title.

“There’s nothing new in terms of preparations.

“It’s just the usual training sessions that the boys are undergoing.

“We have sustained some minor injuries in the side from our last game against Saint John’s College and hope the boys will recover well before the big game this Saturday,” Banuve said.

“Looking at the boys’ performance from the previous game I can say that there is a lot of improvement needed, especially in terms of their kicking strategy, defence and the forwards as well.”

The side has met RKS a number of times this season but this time it will be a different atmosphere all together because they will be fighting to retain their title which is going to be tough.

“This year we have three of our grades qualifying into the final that is under-14, 15 and 18 and we’re hopeful to win in all of these grades.

“Last year we won four titles in the competition which is under-14, 15, 17 and under-18.

“We would like to thank all the parents, teachers and ex-scholars for their endless support throughout this season and look forward to a great match this Saturday.”

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