SAINT Peter's Greens are the new holders of the Tui Vuna Trophy after beating Delaivuna 8-5 over the weekend.
The match marked the end of the competition for the weekly Tui Vuna Trophy challenge organised by the South Taveuni Rugby Union.
The competition has been a favourite with villagers of Vuna and Navakawau because it attracts rugby enthusiasts to the south of the island every weekend.
Favourites St Peter's Greens drew first blood in the 20th minute of the first half through an unconverted try by first five-eighth Jale Inia.
Delaivuna answered with a try to Mosese Silivale in the 26th minute to level 5-5.
Solomoni Bogidrau successfully converted a penalty for St Peter's Greens right at fulltime to seal the 8-5 win.
St Peter's Greens coach Mosese Lauti expressed satisfaction with his team's performance.
"The forwards really upped their game this week and managed to cut down on handling errors in the second half," he said.
"We are proud to claim the cup from last year's winners Delaivuna."
Delaivuna coach Jone Volaitani said his boys did not stick to the game-plan of keeping the ball in their opponent's half.
"However, their general performance was good and we will need to touch up on some minor errors to reclaim the cup next year."