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Victorians Back Stronger

Queen Victoria School aims for a strong finish as they make their comeback in the 2019 Vodafone Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League competition. The Victorians Under-19 side proved too strong
03 Feb 2019 10:00
Victorians Back Stronger
Queen Victoria School on attack during the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League competition at Buckhurst Park, Suva on February 2, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar

Queen Victoria School aims for a strong finish as they make their comeback in the 2019 Vodafone Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League competition.

The Victorians Under-19 side proved too strong in round two yesterday by beating Sa­cred Heart College 28-20 in the Vodafone Bati Tanoa competition in Suva yesterday.

Coach Joeli Savou believes the school team will provide a stiff competition in 2019.

“We’re making a comeback this year and we hope to produce positive results,” Savou said.

“It will be a challenge for us knowing most of the players are in still in rugby union mode but they are working hard to deliver.

“Sacred Heart College gave us a good game, we were not expecting that level of game but I’m glad the boys came out with a win.”

Defending champions Ratu Kadavulevu School also beat Latter-day Saints College 34-8.

Results: Buckhurst Park One; U15 SHC (LBD) v MCI(WBD), QVS 24-4 DHS, U17; RSMS 40-6 SMC, Sila WBD RKS, U19; QVS 28 -20 SHC, U19; RKS 34-8 LDS; Buckhurst Park Two: U15; LDS 8-10 NAS, MBHS 52-0 Lami, U17; AOG 4-8 RLC. – Edited by Osea Bola

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