MARIST Brothers High School continued their winning streak in the Coca-Cola Zero Deans adding the under-16 title to their trophy cabinet.
This was after they escaped a tough battle against Ratu Navula College 12-3 at the ANZ Stadium yesterday.
The boys from Flagstaff scored a try in each half and terrorised Ratu Navula utilising their bulldozing forwards and fast backline.
MBHS led 5-0 at halftime, thanks to a try from Anare Bulisovasova.
Ratu Navula bounced back into the game after converting a penalty kick in the second spell.
The huge MBHS players were no match for Ratu Navula in the second half.
Livewire hooker Lionel Monua scored their second try and with the conversion over, MBHS led 12-3, 10 minutes from fulltime.
Ratu Navula used the width of the ground to try and penetrate the opposition line of defence, however they were slow to the ruck situation which MBHS dominated.
An elated MBHS coach Waisake Kalivetau said he was delighted with the win.
"I'm happy with the win," he said.
"The boys played simple rugby and stuck to the game plan."
MBHS captain Ratu Simione Matanitobua dedicated the win to their manager.