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Ra High School in league quarter-finals

Maciu Malo
Monday, March 17, 2014

RA High School has qualified for the Fiji Secondary School rugby quarter-finals to be played at Nadi's Prince Charles Park later this month.

The side will carry the hopes of the Ra/Tavua Zone against the best school rugby league teams in the land.

The side won by default over Balata and has cemented its spot at the winner of the zone.

Tournament officials Akuila Vute said the side had been impressive in the zone meet.

"Ra High has proven their supremacy in our zone and it will be interesting to see the boys perform against top schools from around the country," he said.

"Discipline is an area that the players need to improve on when they play in the elimination stages."

The team will be joined by their U15 team which thrashed Tavua District 20-0 to qualify for the national quarter-finals as winners of the zone meet.

In other games played yesterday Nakauvadra downed Tavua College 14-6 in another U15 match while Ra High drew 6-all with Nakauvadra in the U17 grade.

Nakauvadra thumped Vatukaloko 20-10 in the yesterday's U19 match.

Results:

U15:Ra High 20 - 0 Tavua District;Tavua College 6 14 Nakauvadra;

U17:Ra High 6 - 6 Nakauvadra;Vatukaloko win by default over Balata;

U19:Nakauvadra 20 -10 Vatukaloko;Ra High won by default over Balata.

The U17 winner will be decided next Saturday.


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