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We Had To Control The Game To Win: Ravasua

“At half-time I reminded the boys that we need to keep the ball and control the tempo of the game,” he said.
08 Oct 2022 10:16
We Had To Control The Game To Win: Ravasua
Marist Brother High School and Ratu Kadavulevu School tussle for the ball in the Vodafone Super Deans Trophy Under-14 final at Churchill Park, Lautoka, this morning. Photo: Leon Lord

Game management is the key to Ratu Kadavulevu School’s Under-14’s 27-19 win over Marist Brothers High School in this morning’s Vodafone Super Deans Trophy Under-14 final at Lautoka.

RKS trailed 12-0 midway the first half and was 19-5 down at halftime. RKS head coach Pita Ravasua said they had to control play in the second half to win.

“At half-time I reminded the boys that we need to keep the ball and control the tempo of the game,” he said.

“I believe the boys followed the instruction and that gave us this victory. We will build for the future.

“We are happy for the win but hats off to these boys and their families for their never ending support.”

 

Story By: simione.haravanua@fijisun.com.fj



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