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Coach Expects Tough Final Against RKS

Defending Coke Zero Deans Under-14 champions Queen Victoria School will face neighbours Ratu Kadavulevu School in the final at the ANZ Stadium, Suva on Saturday. This was after Queen Victoria
06 Aug 2017 11:00
Coach Expects Tough Final Against RKS
Queen Victoria School’s Under-14 lock Vilikesa Vatukinikini claims a line-out against Marist Brothers High School at the ANZ Stadium, Suva on August 5, 2017. Photo: Jone Luvenitoga

Defending Coke Zero Deans Under-14 champions Queen Victoria School will face neighbours Ratu Kadavulevu School in the final at the ANZ Stadium, Suva on Saturday.

This was after Queen Victoria beat Marist Brothers High School 17-12 in the first semifinal while Ratu Kadavulevu edged out Suva Grammar School 6-0 in the second semifinal.

Queen Victoria U14 coach Nemani Tuifagalele was overwhelmed with the team’s performance as he anticipates another exciting final.

“The boys were impressive with their performance today and for most of them, it was the first time playing in front of a big crowd,” Tuifagalele said.

“They’re some mistakes but they managed to come back as a team and improve on those drawbacks.  We’ve been defending the title for the past three years and our aim this year is to keep the trophy. So, I’m thankful to the boys for making it through to the final which is like one game away from defending the title.”

Tuifagalele said they’re expecting a tough battle against Ratu Kadavulevu but would like congratulate them for also making it to the final.  “We thank all the parents, teachers and ex-scholars for coming out in numbers to support the team today,” he added.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

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