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Natabua four go through

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, July 27, 2014

THE four Natabua High School rugby teams that played in yesterday's Deans quarter-finals have all qualified for the Deans Tier One semi-finals next week.

The Lautoka-based school featured in the under-14, U15, U16 and U17 grades in Suva yesterday.

The U14 side set the platform, with a 27-5 victory over Suva Grammar School in which the U15 team continued the momentum 42-13 against their Grammarians counter-parts.

Their U16 boys escaped with a narrow 13-12 win against Nasinu Secondary School, leaving their U17 side to wrap up a 23-12 win over John Wesley College.

Meanwhile, RKS will also feature in the six grades in next week's semi-finals.

The boys from Delainakaikai qualified from the U14 to U19 grades.

The semi-finals will be played in Suva next Saturday.

Deans Com petition

By Emoni Narawa

Semi-finals fixtures

U14 Natabua-QVS, RKS-MBHS

U15 Natabua-QVS, RKS-Rt Navula

U16 Natabua-RKS, QVS-MBHS

U17 Natabua-LMS, RKS-MBHS

U18 QVS-LMS, RKS-Rt Navula

U19 Ba Pro-RKS, LMS-Lomaivuna





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