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Marist to feature five teams in schools play-off

Emoni Narawa
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

MARIST Brothers High School dominated the Southern Zone Secondary Schools finals at the ANZ Stadium in Suva over the weekend.

MBHS featured in five finals and won all games.

It all started with the under-14 side which humbled arch rivals Suva Grammar School 14-0 to set the tempo for the other teams.

The U15 side from Flagstaff continued the momentum with a 7-3 victory over SGS.

The U16 side edged Nasinu Secondary 19-10 while the champion U17 team defeated John Wesley College 18-5.

And all hopes rested on the U18 side to keep their clean record against favourites JWC.

The U18 ruggers delivered a 16-all draw but reigned supreme for scoring more tries.

Lomaivuna was the only other team to win a final from the southern zone after a 35-25 victory over Ratu Sukuna Memorial School in the U19 grade.

All MBHS sides will face the third placed teams from the Eastern zone. The Eastern zone will play its finals next Saturday.


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