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Counselling for Student

Referee sworn at; matter now with Police ERONI TUINACEVA Suva A Nasinu Secondary School rugby player will undergo counselling after he swore at a referee during the Coke Zero Deans
11 Jul 2014 08:11

Referee sworn at; matter now with Police
ERONI TUINACEVA
Suva

John Wesley College on the attack against Ratu Sukuna Memorial School at the Suva Grammar School ground last week. Photo: Jona Konataci

A Nasinu Secondary School rugby player will undergo counselling after he swore at a referee during the Coke Zero Deans Southern Zone semifinals.
Southern Zone Secondary Schools Rugby official Biu Colati said the matter was referred to the Police.
“This is a Police case so we cannot comment on the issue,” Colati said.
“We have rules and regulations for the competition and we stand by those rules and regulations. As required by the rules, the matter was referred to the Police and from there it is out of our hands. That is all we can say.”
Fiji Police Force spokesperson Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri has confirmed that the student would undergo counselling sessions.
“He will undergo counselling sessions because he is a minor. Let this serve as a reminder to all players not to take the law into their own hands. The Police will be present at all venues,”Inspector Sokomuri said.
“So we’re also calling on all the teams to maintain their cool and play fairly and respect the rules of the game.”
As for this weekend’s finals, Marist Brothers High School has booked a spot in the U15, U16, U17 and U18 Southern Zone finals. In the U15 grade, MBHS plays Suva Grammar while in the U16 they face Nasinu Secondary. The Flagstaff boys play John Wesley in the U17 and U18 grades. In the U19 grade, Lomaivuna Secondary plays Ratu Sukuna Memorial School.
Meanwhile, in the zone third/fourth place playoffs Assemblies of God High takes on RSMS in the U15 grade, RSMS and SGS battle it out in the U16 grade, Dudley Highl and Nasinu compete in the U17, AOGHS and SGS play in the U18 grade and JWC and AOGHS play in the U19 grade.
All matches will be played at the ANZ Stadium in Laucala Bay, Suva, tomorrow to determine which schools will go through to the national quarterfinals.
eroni.tuinaceva@fijisun.com.fj




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