THE champion Gaunavou team retained the Kalevu Shield after it drew with the Highlanders 10-all at Lawaqa Park yesterday.
Gaunavou scored two tries in the first 20 minutes. Both conversion attempts missed.
Highlanders Veceli Derederenalagi kicked in a penalty to narrow the deficit 10-3.
Napolioni Vitau broke through the Gaunavou defence to score his team's only try which was converted by Derederenalagi to level the scores.
Last week, Gaunavou retained the trophy after they drew 8-all with Tuva.
Highlanders skipper Jone Lohevu said it was a tough game.
"It was a fair game, we gave our all since it was our last game for this season," said Lohevu. "I would like to thank the players for being faithful to the Highlanders this season and also to the management and our supporters from Laselase Village,' said Lohevu.
Meanwhile, Sea Breeze is the new holder of the Tui Vusu Trophy after it convincingly defeated Noitoga II 22-3.
The Yavulo-based rugby team scored three tries, two conversions and a penalty while Noitoga Two managed a lone penalty.
Noitoga probably suffered from fatigue after playing for several weeks in club rugby.
But it was Sea Breeze who displayed fast, clean rugby and their defence looked sharp whenever the opposition was hot on attack.
In the Tui Davujukia challenge, Nadrala retained the trophy after they drew with challenger Kesenavunivalu 8-all.
In the Pro 3 final, Conua escaped with a single-point win over Ruwailevu Two 11-10.
Despite losing the final, the Jubairata Village -based Ruwailevu Two side was promoted to Pro Two for next season.
Sigatoka Bulls won the Pro Two final after a narrow 3-0 win over Nanumi Au.