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Natabua dominates West 2 zone rugby finals

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, June 29, 2014

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THE Natabua High School rugby teams have won all finals of the West two zone Lautoka conference in Lautoka yesterday.

The four teams, from the under-15 to the U18 defeated all its opponents, to book their spots in the West Zone Two semi-finals next week.

The U15 side, set the platform when they dethroned last year's Deans quarter-finalist Lautoka Muslim College 31-8 before the U16s 22-5 victory over Ba Provincial Freebird Institute and again Natabua beat Tilak 36-11 in the U17 grade.

In the much anticipated clash in the U18 grade, Natabua avenged its round robin match against Ba Provincial Freebird Institute 33-0.

The win sets up a likely clash with Lautoka Andhra in the West Two semi-finals next week while Ba Provincial wil face defending Deans champion, Ratu Navula College.

West two Lautoka conference secretary Sakaraia Wavoli said it was another piece of history created by Natabua.

"They won all the grades and that's history," he said.

Wavoli said the U18 match was dominated by Natabua.

"Natabua was a lot fitter and they dominated the game all throughout," he said.

"The score spoke volume of the Natabua side. They were definitely determined to avenge their round robin loss and also avoid a semi-final against Ratu Navula."





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