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Natabua Step Up

Natabua High School played a good disciplined game in the Coke Zero Deans national quarterfinals, says Virendra Sharma. The school principal made the comments after their Under-15 and U17 teams
04 Aug 2015 09:09
Natabua Step Up
The Natabua High School Under-16 team at the ANZ Stadium, Suva, last weekend. Photo: Natabua High School

Natabua High School played a good disciplined game in the Coke Zero Deans national quarterfinals, says Virendra Sharma.

The school principal made the comments after their Under-15 and U17 teams beat Suva Grammar and Marist Brothers High School respectively.

“The boys did not underestimate any of the schools and discipline was a driving force for them,” Sharma said.

“The hard work of the coaches and the manager together with the support that came from the fans was a boost to the side.

“We are fortunate to have the games in the West this week. Ratu Kadavulevu School is a very good and strong team.

 

U17 to improve

The Natabua U17 team will work towards improving from their mistakes before playing  Ratu Kadavulevu School in the semifinal on Saturday at Ba.

Coach Tevita Ratucadra said the boys were reminded how impotant to maintain possession.

“This week, our training will focus on ironing out the mistakes that we made last Saturday against Marist.

“RKS is a much stronger side and we will work harder this Saturday.

“We urge our supporters, old scholars and fans to come out in numbers to support our boys and may the best team win.”

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