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Natabua beats Tavua District

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, July 19, 2014

NATABUA High hammered Tavua District Secondary School 43-3 in the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union Deans Trophy Tier Two western under-18 quarter-finals at Garvey Park yesterday.

Natabua proved too strong for the host team in the one sided affair.

Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union western vice president Lionel Danford said the quarter-finals were between the west zone one and the west zone two teams.

Danford said the winners had qualified for the semi-finals against the winners of the Northern Division quarter-finals.

"The semi-finals will be held at the ANZ Stadium in Suva in two weeks," he said.

"The winner of the tier two competition will then play in the promotion-relegation against the bottom placed team of the tier one competition."

In the U16 match Ratu Navula College defeated Xavier College 29-3. In the U17 grade Swami Vivekananda College downed Nilsen High School 20-11 while in the U19 grade Ba Methodist High School edged Nadi College 12-10.





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