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Junior Team To Make Old Boys Happy

We carry the hopes of our school and we plan to put smiles on the QVS supporters, says QVS Under-15 coach Jo Waiwalu. Defending champions Queen Victoria School will take
12 Aug 2015 10:50
Junior Team To Make Old Boys Happy
QVS u15 ruggers at Nukuvuto grounds

We carry the hopes of our school and we plan to put smiles on the QVS supporters, says QVS Under-15 coach Jo Waiwalu.

Defending champions Queen Victoria School will take on Marist Brothers High School in the Cokes Zero Deans U15 final at the ANZ Stadium in Suva on Saturday.

“We are counting this game like any other game and players have been reminded to treat the game as the last game but not as their final game.

“Fitness has improved and mentality will be the key the boys will use when they play Marist on Saturday,” Waiwalu said. The Victorians U15 side will leave no stone unturned.

“The school and the supporters are looking forward to our game this Saturday and we know we are going to make them happy.

“We will be leaving no stone unturned and this is good sign as we are climbing up the ladder and painting a good picture for QVS rugby,” he said.

 

Under-14

QVS U14 side is wary of their brothers from Ratu Kadavulevu School as the two meet in the final this Saturday.

Vulinitu has defeated RKS in two out of the three competitions during their Eastern Zone competition.

Team manager Merewalesi Tuiloma said their opposition had always been a strong side.

“We cannot underestimate RKS and we cannot belittle them because they can just come from behind and create surprises,” Tuiloma said.

“All we can say now is may the best team win come the finals,” she said.

“The support from the old boys, the parents and the administrators is something we are counting on.”

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