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Tilak dominates

Zanzeer Singh
Monday, July 21, 2014

TILAK High School dominated the boy's division during the Lautoka Secondary School Hockey Association competition which ended on Saturday.

Tilak High won both the under-16 and U19 grades.

Swami Vivekananda College and Jasper Williams High School won their girl's U19 pools.

Association president Makelesi Adireki-Mawi said the top three schools from each quarter-final qualify for the Super Eight competition in August.

"We had a great competition and there was a lot of rivalry among the schools.

"We had the deciding matches for the teams to qualify for the Super Eight in Suva and Tilak dominated the boy's division.

"They have some good players but none of them are in the national development team.

"We have a lot of talent here in the West and dominated the Inter District Championship last year beating Levuka and Suva.

"We hope that the national selectors can come down to witness our talents next time."

The Super Eight will be held from August 18-20.

The top three teams from the West, Suva and two from Levuka will play in this competition.

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