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RKS, Tau Sports Partnership

  Tau Sports in partnership with Ratu Kadavulevu School Parents and Teachers Association (PTA) yesterday launched the school’s merchandise in a bid to assist development efforts in the school. The
14 Jul 2016 14:52
RKS, Tau Sports Partnership
Ratu Kadavulevu School student (from left) Jolame Nayacakalau Tau Sports managing Director, Gnanarajah Rajah RKS PTA President Akapusi Tuifagalele RKS Head boy James Tubu , RKS Principal Peni Senikarawa and Inasa Ketewai Exhibit their new RKS Tau Sports merchandise yesterday. Photo: RONALD KUMAR.

 

Tau Sports in partnership with Ratu Kadavulevu School Parents and Teachers Association (PTA) yesterday launched the school’s merchandise in a bid to assist development efforts in the school.

The partnership will see the sales of RKS merchandise like jerseys, hats, suluvakatoga,  flags and among many more at Tau Sports outlets nationwide. Every item purchased, $5 will be directed towards the school’s PTA coffer.

RKSPTA president Akapusi Tuifagalele said the decision to partner with Tau Sports was not made over night as they did a bit of research to find the best deal in merchandising.

“I would like to encourage the RKS family, fans and supporters to buy the RKS merchandise from Tau Sports and support the RKSPTA in its quest to help and assist development efforts in the school,” he said.

Tau Sports managing director Gnanarajah Rajah said they continue to support the development of sports in the country since their establishment in 2010.

“I am very happy to be part of RKS as their merchandiser. Tau brand is made in Fiji, designed by Fijians and manufactured in Fiji.

“In fact, the company derived its name ‘Tau’ from an RKS old boy who was employed with the company in its founding years.”

The qualified garment engineer from Sri Lanka reiterated their commitment and support to RKS by awarding a cash prize of $1000 to any rugby team that reach the final of the Deans Trophy this year.

The company also announced their sponsorship for the RKS Under-17 rugby team.

RKS principal Peni Senikarawa welcomed the initiative by the PTA in trying to accelerate the level of improvement within the school.

“Parental involvement is just not about academic improvement but the welfare of the child and for a boarding institution, the expectations are at the mercy of what the school can provide,” he said.

He also called on the support of the old boys, parents, families and friends of RKS to support this initiative by purchasing any of the merchandise from Tau Sports.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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