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Suva hosts Deans quarter-finals

By EMONI NARAWA
Saturday, July 26, 2014

Update: 12:22PM THE Coke Zero Deans quarter-finals is in progress in Suva.

The matches are played at Latter Day Saints grounds, Marist Brothers High School grounds, Bidesi Park, Buckhurst Park and the ANZ stadium.

The Tier Two games are played at LDS and MBHS while the Tier One matches are played at Bidesi Park, Buckhurst Park and the stadium.

Below are some results:

LDS grounds

U14 QVS 38 Nasinu 15

MBHS grounds

U14 MBHS win by default over RSMS

U15 Cuvu 7 St Johns 7

Bidesi Park

U15 LMS 8 Rt Navula 12

U16 MBHS 10 St Johns 8

U16 RKS 15 SGS 10

Buckhurst Park

U14 RKS 36 St Thomas 15

U15 MBHS 8 RKS 15

U15 QVS 60 Tilak 3

Stadium

U14 SGS 5 Natabua 27

U15 Natabua 42 SGS 13

More to follow...








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