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Expect fireworks in schools meet

Arin Kumar
Saturday, July 14, 2012

ORGANISERS of the Southern Zone Secondary School Rugby competition has urged rugby lovers to converge at the Suva Grammar School grounds today to witness their zone finals.

Over 15 schools from all around Suva compete in the zone but only five schools will feature in the finals.

Hosts SGS will meet Marist Brothers' High School (MBHS) in the under-14, U15 and U16 finals. In the U17 grade, MBHS will play Ratu Sukuna Memorial School (RSMS) while AOG will face Nasinu in the U18 final on ground one.

Apart from the finals, four other schools (losing semi-finalists) will compete in the third place play-off that will determine who will join the zone finalists in the national quarter-finals.

Dudley High School (DHS) will take on LDS College in U14 grade, the DHS U15 side will play John Wesley College (JWC), RSMS will take on Laucala Bay Secondary School (LBSS) in the U16 grade and JWC will face DHS in the U17 grade.

The feature match of the third place play-off will be between traditional giants and rivals SGS and MBHS on ground one before the U18 final.

SZSR vice president development Elemaca Ravulo said good quality rugby would be displayed by all teams today.

He said all teams would want to end the zone competition on a high.


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