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Sila Central to face Natabua in U18 Tier Two final

Emoni Narawa
Wednesday, August 06, 2014

SILA Central High School will play Natabua High School in the Coke Zero Deans Tier Two under-18 final on Saturday.

The Nausori-based school defeated Holy Family from Vanua Levu in the semi-final 24-8 at the Suva Grammar School ground yesterday.

In the other Tier Two semi-final, Holy Family U16 side lost 8-40 to Cuvu College from Nadroga.

Natabua, last week revealed its intention of claiming a spot in the Tier One competition.

Maika Saqatanaivalu, the zone's vice-president development said they wanted Sila to win the competition.

"We're supporting Sila Central all the way," he said.

"If they win then we're in a good position to win another spot in the Tier One competition next season. And hopefully Navuso also wins to maintain our fourth position."

The Eastern zone has four teams in the Tier One competition.

If Sila Central and Navuso win both games, the zone might have an additional spot in next year's competition.

Meanwhile, the Tier One finals will be played next weekend at Lautoka's Churchill Park.





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