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West teams out to claim top spot

Zanzeer Singh
Thursday, August 07, 2014

WEST Zone Two will be banking on Natabua High School and Ratu Navula College to claim their second Tier One spot in the under-18 and U16 grades of the Coca- Cola Zero Deans Championship.

Natabua will play in the Tier Two U18 final against Sila Central while Ratu Navula will face Cuvu College in the U16 final in Suva on Saturday.

The winners of the Tier Two finals will go on to face the bottom placed teams of the Tier One in the promotion-relegation.

Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union Western vice-president Lionel Danford said Swami Vivekananda College would also feature in the Tier Two U17 final.

Danford said if SVC won against QVS and then won the promotion-relegation, then they would have three spots in the Tier One U17 grade next year.

"If that happens then it will be a bonus," he said.

"But we are banking for Natabua in the U18 and Ratu Navula in the U16 to secure our second Tier One spot which we lost a few years ago. We are just two matches away."

The Coca-Cola Zero Deans Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union Tier Two finals and Tier One playoffs will be held at the Bidesi and Buckhurst Parks.

Tier One Playoffs: U15 Tilak High School-Marist Brothers High School; U16 Suva Grammar School-Saint Johns College; U17 Nasinu Secondary School-John Wesley College; U18 Suva Grammar School-Navuso Secondary School.

Tier Two Finals: U15 Ratu Sukuna Memorial School-Saint Johns College; U16 Cuvu College-Ratu Navula College; U17 Queen Victoria School-Swami Vivekananda College; U18 Natabua High School-Sila Central High School; U19 Assemblies of God High School-All Saints Secondary School.





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