ST Joseph's Secondary School has made it through to the finals of the Sports World Suva Secondary Schools Volleyball finals today.
The all-girl school has qualified in all three grades, under-15, U17 and U20. The U15 and U17 teams will play John Wesley College in the finals while the U20 plays Gospel High School in the semi-final.
As defending champions, in the U20 grade, SJSS faces a tough competition from GHS. While new winners are expected to be crowned in the U15 and U17 grades, SJSS hopes to make a clean sweep in all grades.
And they will be banking on their U15 team to set the platform in the first game against JWC.
Defending U15 champions, Ballantine Memorial School is not in the competition this year and Suva Grammar School, the U17 champions last year, failed to make the finals.
Suva Secondary Schools Volleyball president Eroni Matatia said SJSS was a force in the girl's competition. "St Joseph's is playing in all grades.
"They are the defending champion in the U20 grade and also their U15 and U17 teams have qualified for the finals.
"A new winner will be crowned in both U15 and U17 grades. SJSS looks to be in fine form but JWC will definitely give a good game."
The finals will start at 9am today at the FMF Gymnasium.