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Uluilakepa Hopes For 2016 Comeback

Sixteen-year-old Kaliopasi Uluilakepa hopes to make an impact in next year’s Coke Zero Deans competition. Kaliopasi was awarded the Junior Sports Champion and the Best All Round athlete during the
26 Nov 2015 09:33
Uluilakepa Hopes For 2016 Comeback
Marist Brothers High School's Junir Sports Champion and Best All Round Athlete, Kaliopasi Uluilakepa after the MBHS prize giving yesterday.

Sixteen-year-old Kaliopasi Uluilakepa hopes to make an impact in next year’s Coke Zero Deans competition.
Kaliopasi was awarded the Junior Sports Champion and the Best All Round athlete during the Marist Brothers High School prizegiving yesterday.
He won gold medal for the school in the Junior Boys Shotput during this year’s Coca-Cola games competition.He was also part of the school’s Under-18 rugby team that lost to Ratu Kadavulevu School in Coke Zero Dean Rugby final.
“I wasn’t really expecting to win these sports awards because there are many competitions between the boys in the school.
“I also hope to make a comeback with my other teammates that will be here next year to bring back the deans trophy to Marist,” Kaliopasi said.
The Fasi, Tonga native said he had started training already despite the school holidays.

Matanitobua hang up boots
Marist Brothers High School’s Most Outstanding Rugby Player, Ratu Simione Matanitobua has called it a day for rugby.
Ratu Simione collected the award during the school’s prizegiving at Flagstaff in Suva yesterday.
He said he would first focus on completing his tertiary educations and only time would tell weather he would return to the rugby field.
The Namosi native was the captain of the school’s Under-18 rugby team that lost to Ratu Kadavulevu School in the final of the Coke Zero Deans Rugby competition this year.
“It has been a humbling journey leading the 37 young men from 2011 until this year but for now I’m putting rugby to rest because I will now first pursue my education,” Matanitobua said.
He aspires to an economist after completing his tertiary education.

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