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RKS U18 Too Strong For QVS

Ratu Kadavulevu School Un­der-18 side walloped Queen Victoria School 41-0 during the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby’s Eastern Zone meet at Sila Central ground, Nausori yesterday. RKS vice-principal Pio Veivoli said
10 Jun 2018 11:57
RKS U18 Too Strong For QVS
Ratu Kadavuevu School on attack against St John’s College in the Under-17 clash at Sila Central ground, Nausori on June 9, 2018. Photo: Josua Namoce

Ratu Kadavulevu School Un­der-18 side walloped Queen Victoria School 41-0 during the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby’s Eastern Zone meet at Sila Central ground, Nausori yesterday.

RKS vice-principal Pio Veivoli said yesterday heading into the fifth week of competition he has seen the fitness level of the players have improved.

“We are stilling testing out all our players and the coaches have yet to name the 25-member squad that will play during the Coca Zero Deans Trophy,” Veivoli said.

“After our fifth game we can see that the boy’s fitness level has re­ally improved.”

He has reminded the players that as World Youth champions they must play every game to the stand­ard expected of them.

“We’re trying to map out a team that will contain a mixture of play­ers that represented RKS during the Sanix competition and those that were part of the other cam­paigns.”

QVS manager Iferemi Waqa said there were a lot of injuries and they would need to work their weakness before they face St John’s College next weekend.

In other matches Lelean Memorial School edged out St John’s College Cawaci 15-9.

RESULTS: U14- QVS 10-3 RKS, U16- RKS 3-0 QVS, U17- RKS 20-0 St John’s College Cawaci, U18- RKS 41-0 QVS; U18- LMS 15-9 St John’s College Cawaci; U19- RKS 25-0 QVS

Edited by Leone cabenatabua

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