SPORTS

Players, Teachers Get Praise

The Southern Zone Schools Rugby weekly competition continued despite the wet underfoot conditions at the Suva Grammar School grounds last Saturday. Organisers applauded the effort and performance of players and
15 Jun 2015 10:01
Players, Teachers Get Praise

The Southern Zone Schools Rugby weekly competition continued despite the wet underfoot conditions at the Suva Grammar School grounds last Saturday.

Organisers applauded the effort and performance of players and officials.

“The competition has really gone up another level despite the wet weather,” co-ordinator Navitalai Waiwalu said.

“Players performed well in round two and I thank all participating schools, teachers and parents.”

 

Eastern Zone

The Under-14 trophy is likely to be won by the schools in the southern or western zones this year.

“We don’t have any Under-14 grade this year as we don’t have enough schools participating,” Eastern Zone president Mesake Tukai said.

“Lomaivuna, Waidina and Noco secondary schools have pulled out because of financial difficulties.”

Results: Southern Zone: U14 MBHS 26-0 Dudley, Nasinu 14-0 SGS; U15 NASINU 7-5 SGS, MBHS 34-0 RSMS; U16 MBHS 10-7 SGS; JWC 10-3 LDS; Nasinu 18-0 RSMS; U17 JWC 10-5 RSMS; MBHS 12-22 Nasinu, GHS 25-0 Lami; U18 JWC 5-0 Nasinu, DHS 18-9 Nabua; MBHS 17-7 AOG.

Eastern: U 15 QVS 20-0 TNHS; U16 SILA 5-0 NOCO SEC, QVS 8-5 LMS; U17 LMS 5- 8QVS; U18 QVS 6-8   RKS; U19 RKS 9-3 QVS.

Western: U15 Nadi Muslim 3-12 Ratu Navula; U18 Ratu Navula 42-3 SVC.

Feedback: luke.nacei@fijisun.com.fj

 



Laybuy it 5squares


Get updates from the Fiji Sun, handpicked and delivered to your inbox.


By entering your email address you're giving us permission to send you news and offers. You can opt-out at any time.


Covid 19 - SPC
Total
Subscribe-to-Newspaper
Fiji Sun Instagram
Subscribe-to-Newspaper