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ACS takes on Gospel

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, June 11, 2014

ADI Cakobau School takes on Gospel High School in the Suva Secondary Schools girls cricket competition today at Albert Park in Suva.

In another match, Lomary Secondary School faces Ballentine Memorial School of Delainavesi, Lami.

The competition started last week in the girls and boys divisions.

In the boy's competition, John Wesley College and Marist Brothers' High School recorded wins in their first matches of the under-18 category.

Marist won the toss and chose to bat against a mixed side from Dudley High School and lost two wickets for 69 in their 10 overs.

In reply, the batsmen from Dudley were only 53 for the loss of five wickets in their allotted 10 overs.

In the other match John Wesley registered a 11-run victory over Ratu Finau Secondary School.








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