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Victorians U17 Firm

Queen Victoria School are banking on their elusive forwards pack ahead of the Coke Zero Deans final against Natabua High School this Saturday. QVS after a lapse of four years
12 Aug 2015 10:53
Victorians U17 Firm

Queen Victoria School are banking on their elusive forwards pack ahead of the Coke Zero Deans final against Natabua High School this Saturday.

QVS after a lapse of four years is determined to clinch the Under-17 trophy. Head coach Lui Acareva said they were firm.

“We have more capable mobile players in the forwards and will try to utilise them very well.

“This has been our target to reach the final,” he said.

“We have to lift our performance, learn from our mistakes from the semifinals and try our best to control our defence in the finals.

Defence is the main area the side needs to work on.

“One area that is of concern now is our defence, other than that everything else is fine.

“We are trying our level best to make a comeback this year and by the looks of it the boys can make a change.

“This is a moral boost to the schools that four of our grades have qualified to the finals.

“This is also the school’s build-up for next year.

“Since our U18 have dropped out the next stream is this U17.

“The parents have been supportive to the team and we thank them for that. We look forward to the match on Saturday and may the best team win,” he added

The side had last won in 2011.

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