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QVS, Marist Final

  Queen Victoria School aims to win the Coke Zero Deans Under-18 title in the final against Marist Brothers High School in Suva this Saturday. QVS vice-principal Elemaca Ravulo made
07 Aug 2016 12:17
QVS, Marist Final
QVS’s Ratu Meli Derenalagi scores a try against Nasinu Secondary School in the U18 semifinal at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka yesterday. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

 

Queen Victoria School aims to win the Coke Zero Deans Under-18 title in the final against Marist Brothers High School in Suva this Saturday.

QVS vice-principal Elemaca Ravulo made the comment after their 20-5 win over Nasinu Secondary School at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka yesterday.

What happened: QVS was made to defend hard in the early stages.

QVS took a 10-0 lead, via a try to winger Timoci Tavatanawai converted by Peniasi Ratu, who also slotted a penalty at the breather.

The second half saw QVS come out firing with a purpose. Two more unanswered tries to Ratu Meli Derenalagi and Eroni Narawa sealed the match for the Victorians.

Nasinu pulled back a try scored by Simeli Salabogi.

Star turn: Peniasi Ratu played a key role.

Big play: Emoni Narawa kicking game helped the Victorians.

Comments:

QVS vice-principal Elemaca Ravulo: “We got a very balanced team and we are looking forward to the final against MBHS.

Nasinu Secondary coach, Taniela Vakamoce: “I would like to thank the God Almighty for his guidance throughout the season. We wish QVS all the best in the final next week.”

Edited by Osea Bola

Feedback:  waisean@fijisun.com.fj

 



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