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QVSOB Continue Dream Run

Queen Victoria School Old Boys (QVSOB) continued with their impressive run in the RC Manubhai sponsored Suva Rugby Union Escott Shield Premier Grade competition. In an exciting round 10 game
10 Jul 2016 14:21
QVSOB Continue Dream Run
Navy rumble to a big 40-16 win yesterday.

Queen Victoria School Old Boys (QVSOB) continued with their impressive run in the RC Manubhai sponsored Suva Rugby Union Escott Shield Premier Grade competition.

In an exciting round 10 game at Buckhurst Park in Suva yesterday, QVSOB trounced Suva Stallion 22-7. They scored three tries to one to outclass the Stallions.

In other matches, National Fire Authority (NFA) had a hard fought 23-21 win over Harlequins, Police beat Covenant 20-14, USP defeated Nabua 13-10, defending champions Navy thrashed Lomaiviti 40-16, Marist won against Raiwaqa 29-15 while Army in the last match survived a Savura resurgence to win 17-10 at the end. Army led 17-3 at halftime before Savura made a comeback scoring a try that saw them within striking distance. Army defensively played well to stop Savura from scoring further.

Meanwhile, all SRU clubs have been reminded that the club registration closed yesterday as per the competition rules. The club games continue this week.

Results: RC Manubhai Escott Shield: QVSOB 22 Suva Stallions 7, USP 13 Nabua 10, Police 20 Covenant 14, Harlequins 21 NFA 23, Marist29 Raiwaqa 15, Navy 40 Lomaiviti 16, Army 17 Savura 10

CBS Power Solutions Koroturaga Grade: Qauia 20 RKSOB 18, PCN 19 Lami 17, USON 22 Namuka-i-Lau 9, Harvest Supermarket 11 Delainavesi 22, Regent Electric Breakthrough 73 Suvavou 0, Nasinu 59 Raiwaqa 3, Wardens won by default against Kalokolevu, Covenant Red 3 Tovata 10, Ports 16 Toorak Blues 12.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

 

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