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Colati: Deans Competition To Get Tougher

Expect a very competitive zone quarterfinals ahead, says Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union executive Biu Colati The Fiji Rugby Union board member said competition would get tougher towards the quarterfinals of
27 Aug 2022 15:16
Colati: Deans Competition To Get Tougher
Vodafone Deans Trophy Under-16 competition between Lomary Secondary and Nasinu Secondary at Suva Grammar School grounds on August 27, 2022. Photo: Ronald Kumar.

Expect a very competitive zone quarterfinals ahead, says Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union executive Biu Colati

The Fiji Rugby Union board member said competition would get tougher towards the quarterfinals of the zone competition.

Today, the Southern Zone Secondary Schools rugby competition played its last few round of competition before the zone quarterfinals next Saturday.
Schools like Marist Brothers High School, Suva Grammar School and Nasinu Secondary dominated the competition at the Suva Grammar School grounds.

“Heading into the business end of the competition all games and matches are getting tougher,” Colati said.

“It’s good to see outside schools stamping their mark in the competition and also trying to book their quarterfinal spot

“Teams like Nabua Secondary School, Lomary and Dudley are giving the big schools a good competition.

“The competition has really grown and we know it’s going to be better heading to the national quarterfinals.”

Results

U14: Suva Grammar 27- 5 Dudley High, Nasinu Secondary 25-10 Ratu Sukuna Memorial.
U16: Suva Grammar 46-0 WCC, Suva Sangam 10- 3 John Wesley College

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