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Immaculate Conception College gained more after taking part in the 2014 Fiji Secondary Schools Netball Championships. This was the sentiment shared by Under-17 team coach Maria Savai yesterday during the
16 Aug 2014 18:23

Immaculate Conception College gained more after taking part in the 2014 Fiji Secondary Schools Netball Championships.

This was the sentiment shared by Under-17 team coach Maria Savai yesterday during the final day of competition at the LICI Multi-Purpose Courts and National Netball Centre in Suva.

Savai felt that despite a few hiccups the competition provided good exposure for the girls.

“We lost most of games on the first day and there were some issues regarding the rulings by umpires,”Savai said.

“However, at the end of it all, this competition has been really good exposure for the girls and we look forward to returning in the coming years bigger and better.

“For the past three years, the girls have been playing together. We competed in the Bua Zone with the other schools and we also took part in various Catholic tournaments.

“We’ve been building up over the years and we finally came down to the national meet this year.

“The competition has been really tough and since it’s our first time in Suva.

“There’s so much that we’ve seen and that we’ve learned.

“We are already excited about coming back next year and in the years to come.”

Formerly known as Solevu Secondary School, ICC joined the national competition for the first time this year in its 38 years of existence.

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