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Deans heats up

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, July 27, 2014

RATU Navula College has set up a mouth-watering clash against favourites Ratu Kadavulevu School in the Deans under-18 competition next week.

This is after the Nadi-based school beat John Wesley College on count back during their Coke Zero Deans quarter-final match at the ANZ Stadium last night.

Both teams were locked 16-all but Ratu Navula was awarded the win for scoring more tries in the game.

The defending champion faces Ratu Kadavulevu School in the semi-final while traditional rivals Queen Victoria School battles Lelean Memorial School in the other top four clash.

RKS humbled Suva Grammar School 48-17 in their quarter-final clash, QVS edged Navuso Methodist High School 20-14 and LMS defeated Marist Brothers High School 30-22.

The Deans semi-finals will be played at the ANZ Stadium next Saturday.








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