SUVA Blues dominated the 2013 Milo Kaji competition after scooping four grade titles at the ANZ Stadium yesterday.
The Capital City side was on a rampaging form winning under-10, 12, 13 and 14 grades in the four-day tournament.
Suva Blues defeated Nadroga 21-0 in the U10 grade and Nadi in the other grades to finish as the top team in the national event.
Its U12, 13 and 14 teams overcame the Jetsetters 12-7, 10-5 and 3-0, respectively, in the finals.
Macuata defeated Suva Blues 7-5 to win the U9 grade while Nadi took home the U11 grade after beating Cakaudrove 14-0.
Suva also won four grades last year and fell short of a rare clean sweep this year.
Fiji Primary Schools Rugby Association president George Seruiratu was satisfied with the outcome of the tournament.
He said they were blessed with a good weather and exciting rugby in the past four days.
"I want to thank the parents, teachers and supporters for coming out in numbers and supporting these children," Seruiratu said.
Sponsor's Nestle Fiji country manager Jean-Michel-Lejeune was impressed with the standard of the competition and hoped for a better performance next year.
He thanked the organisers and other stakeholders for putting together the tournament.
Twenty-eight districts took part in the tournament this year in six grades.
The Kaji rugby competition has 620 schools competing annually, allowing about 39,000 students to be part of the fun.
About 3200 primary school students competed in the Milo Kaji Rugby tournament in Suva this week.