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Narrow Win For RKS Under-16

Ratu Kadavulevu School won the Coke Zero Deans U16 competition after beating Queen Victoria School 12-10 at the ANZ Stadium yesterday. Coach Jone Vosataki said the win meant everything to
14 Aug 2016 10:14
Narrow Win  For RKS  Under-16

Ratu Kadavulevu School won the Coke Zero Deans U16 competition after beating Queen Victoria School 12-10 at the ANZ Stadium yesterday.

Coach Jone Vosataki said the win meant everything to them.

“We’ve not won any competition until today,” he said.

“We lost in the semifinals in the Under-14 and Under-15 last year.

“I am really speechless but I am very happy and so proud of the way the boys performed.

“We have worked very hard in the last 14 weeks to reach this far and it has all paid off. This is just a well-deserved win for the boys.

“This win means everything in the world to us, we know a lot of our Lodoni supporters came out just to cheer on the boys and I am happy that we were able to deliver.”

Vosataki said the team struggled at the beginning of the zone competitions.

“We played two pool games a week so it was really hectic for us and very tiring for the boys,” he said.

“They faced a lot of niggling injuries and fatigue but they managed to push through and this win is a result of their perseverance.

“These boys have come so close many times and got defeated but they did not let that stop them.

“I dedicate this win to the RKS community, the old scholars here and abroad and the parents.”

RKS received $1800 while QVS received $900.

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