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A.D. Patel, Seaqaqa Central clash

It should be a tough battle in the Open women’s final at the Vodafone Secondary Schools Football Championships 2014 today. Seaqaqa Central College will battle A.D. Patel College and both
17 Aug 2014 16:37

It should be a tough battle in the Open women’s final at the Vodafone Secondary Schools Football Championships 2014 today.

Seaqaqa Central College will battle A.D. Patel College and both schools are confident of a win.

Seaqaqa Central coach Shalvin Chand says they want to take the title back to Vanua Levu.

Seaqaqa beat Vunimoli Islamia College 2 -0 in the semifinal yesterday while A.D. Patel edged Kamil College 1 -0. “We came all the way from Labasa and we want to go back with the title today,” Chand said.

He said this was the first time for the school to field a girls’ team in the competition. “We have had our challenges and we have analysed the games that we have played and we have our strategy for the final,” he said.

A. D. Patel coach Pranil Singh banks on his team to win.

“We are here to win the final,”Singh said.

He said the support for the team was tremendous from family, friends and fans.

“We want to be the pioneer school to win the inaugural girls’ title,” he said.

Luisa Tamani, 16, who has scored eight goals so far is the player to watch.

“We want to win the competition and take the title to Vanua Levu,” she said.

She said everyone in the team has worked hard and the victory would be icing on the cake.

nandni.vandhana@fijisun.com.fj



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