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Natabua to play in U16 final

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, August 03, 2014

TRUSTING their own abilities was the victory key for the Natabua High School under-16 side.

The Sugar City based-school beat Ratu Kadavulevu School in the U16 Deans semi-final 16-10 at the ANZ stadium yesterday.

Heading into the game, Natabua was confident of an upset win over RKS.

The Lodoni boys edged Suva Grammar School 15-10 in their quarter-final last week while Natabua edged Nasinu Secondary School 13-12.

Yesterday, Kitione Kamikamica, a loose forward for the Natabua U18 side said his U16 brothers were confident of the win.

"The U16 side set the platform for us," he said after winning their U18 match against Assemblies of God High School.

"They were very confident of winning the game against RKS.

"I believe they will also put up another strong performance in the final."

The Natabua U16 side was the number one seeded team from West Zone Two.

The side plays Marist Brothers High School in the final in Lautoka on August 16.

MBHS edged Queen Victoria School 20-15 in the second U16 semi-final.

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