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Lautoka schools final

Zanzeer Singh
Saturday, July 26, 2014

THE Lautoka Primary Schools Rugby Association finals will be held at the Natabua High School ground today.

The event will serve as the final selection for the players vying to represent the district at the Western Primary Schools Association festival in Nadi next month.

Lautoka Primary Schools Rugby Association president Tirani Uluinakauvadra said a big crowd was expected to watch in the finals.

Uluinakauvadra said sponsors Courts and Sports World had helped them tremendously this season.

"The finals will serve as the final selection for the teams for the Western Festival," he said.

Neighbours Lautoka Mission and Lautoka Delana Primary are the favourites in the under-14 category.

Saint Thomas and Lautoka Delana are the schools to beat in the U9 and U10 grades having adopted the Get Into Rugby program well.

Vitogo District and Vuda District will fight it out in the girls' U14 category.





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