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Lomary unbeaten

Maciu Malo
Tuesday, July 01, 2014

THE Lomary Primary School under-14 side continued its unbeaten run in the Serua Kaji Rugby competition.

Over the weekend, the Galoa-based school defeated Deuba District 5-3.This weekend, Lomary faces a stiff competition from Nuku District, another unbeaten side in the competition.

In the U12 grade, Lomary beat Pacific Harbour Multi Cultural School 17-0 while Deuba edged Rampur Primary 5-0.

Competition's official Mitieli Savu said this weekend's games would be exciting to watch as players would be vying for a spot in the Serua team for the Fiji Primary Schools Kaji Rugby competition.

"We're all looking forward to the games next week because we will be naming our Serua team for the national finals," he said.

The former Fiji athletics rep said they were pleased with the standard of rugby displayed by the young ruggers for the past couple of weeks.

He said they would continue to develop the young talents.

"Our aim is to lift our performance at the national finals. We want to select a very good squad from next week and we will build on the team from there."

Results: U14 Lomary beat Rampur 10-5; U9 Lomary 5 Nuku 12; U10 Rampur 10 Deuba 0, Lomary 45 PHMC 0; U11 Nuku 0 Lomary 0; U12 Lomary 17 PHMC 0; Deuba 5 Rampur 0; U14 Lomary 5 Deuba 3; Rampur 3 Nuku 22








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