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Ready for schools battle

Maciu Malo
Saturday, March 29, 2014

Ba Provincial Freebird Institute is treating its do-or-die Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League quarter-final clash against Nasinu this afternoon as the final.

Team manager Isei Rokotuibau said the side was ready to prove a point against the defending champions.

He said Nasinu would be a tough nut to crack but he was confident his troops would deliver the goods for the Lautoka-based school.

"We are treating this game as our final and the boys are ready for the battle," said Rokotuibau.

"We respect Nasinu being the defending champion but we will give them a good run for their money."

He said the side had the support and blessing of the school with high hopes they would make the fans proud when the dust settles at Nadi's Prince Charles Park this afternoon.

Other U19 games, Natabua- Lelean, Ra High - Marist Brothers, Navosa Central- Assemblies of God.

U17: Natabua-AOG; Vatukaloko-SGS; Ratu Navula- Lelean

U15: Ra High-LDS; Cuvu College-Nasinu, Gospel-Ratu Navula; Lautoka Central-SGS





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