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Support needed at Deans quarter-finals

Emoni Narawa
Saturday, July 26, 2014

SECONDARY Schools Coke Zero Deans Trophy sponsor Coca-Cola Amatail Fiji is calling on all ex-scholars and supporters to flock in numbers at the ANZ Stadium in Suva and witness champagne rugby at its best.

Lawrence Tikaram, Coca-Cola's marketing manager wished all teams the very best outings today.

"It's an event not to be missed and we thank all the coaches, players, teachers and officials for making such an event part of our history and national pride," he said.

"And all the best, to all teams in all grades.

Tikaram said it would be an interesting battle to watch.

No one is entering the Coke Zero Deans alone. It should be an inspiring and uplifting moment of our sponsorship to see this happen through the players and supporters."

Tikaram revealed to Times Sport his view of the four under-18 quarter-finals.

QVS-Navuso at 12.15pm.

"For QVS and Navuso they come from the super powerhouses of rugby in Fiji. It will be a very interesting clash of some of Fiji's finest schoolboys who already have national potential."

MBHS-LMS at 1.35

"Marist and Lelean are not just only playing for honour and pride just like everyone else, but have a mission or two to turn the tables on history and make a name for themselves in 2014.

SGS-RKS at 2.55

"Grammar and RKS are similar to the fact they out to prove they are true champions of this competition and both teams boast a very talented line-up. They also have history on their side as competitive winning teams."

Rt Navula- JWC at 4.20

"Ratu Navula have everything to defend for and are not only representing the Vanua of Nadi but the whole Western Division so they will be out to prove themselves once again. John Wesley, the new kids on the block, have already shown they have the greatest respect for Rt Navula but that is off the field. They will be out to turn the tables on time and history. It will be the feature event and I'm sure, like all teams in all grades they have all come prepared.


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