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North Kaji Battle In Labasa

About 1264 students are competing to represent the northern division in the Vodafone Fijian Primary Schools Kaji Rugby competition next month. The students from eight zones from as far as
21 Jul 2018 10:56
North Kaji Battle In Labasa
Action from the Buca Bay competiting with Udu/Tawake team during the Northern Zone Kaji Competition at Subrail Park in Labasa on July 20,2018. Photo: Shratika Naidu

About 1264 students are competing to represent the northern division in the Vodafone Fijian Primary Schools Kaji Rugby competition next month.

The students from eight zones from as far as Taveuni are competing at the Northern Kaji Rugby which started yesterday at Subrail Park, Labasa.

Vodafone business account manager North Savnish Prasad said more time and effort needs to be spent on development of rugby in schools.

“Kaji Rrugby has been round for a number of years and some players have made a living playing the game overseas and making the country proud,” Prasad said.

“We are proud to provide support for the young generation to make a name for them­selves.

“We hope they will be future stars like Ru­peni Caucau, William Ryder, Seru Rabeni, Jope Tuikabe, Gabby Lovobalavu, Seremaia Bai to name a few,” he said.

Vodafone Northern Kaji Rugby president Te­vita Kubunavanua said development is an inte­gral part of rugby.

“We have been reaching the finals in the past years so we really want to actually win this year,”he said.

“We cannot go into any competition just for the sake of it. We go in because we want to be better than last year.

The 2018 Vodafone Northern Kaji competition finishes today.

Edited by Osea Bola

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