THE Cuvu College under-16 side will be carrying the hopes of the Nadroga Navosa secondary schools in the Coke Zero Deans Tier Two finals against Ratu Navula today.
The zone earlier revealed its intention of competing in the Tier One competition from next year.
And Cuvu College is the lone survivor from the five teams that earlier qualified for the national play-offs.
The match will be played at 10am today at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka, serving as the curtain-raiser to the Skipper Cup semi-final between Suva and defending champion, Nadroga.
Zone official, Meshar Ali said they had thrown all their supported behind Cuvu College.
"Yes our aim is to qualify for the Tier One competition and right now Cuvu College is the only team carrying our hopes," he said.
"We have a 50-50- chance against Ratu Navula but playing in our own territory will certainly be a huge boost for us."
Meanwhile in other finals, Ratu Sukuna Memorial School takes on Saint Johns College in the U15 grade, Queen Victoria School plays Swami Vivekananda College in the U17, Assemblies of God High School battles All Saints Secondary School in the U19 and in the U18 grade, Natabua High School faces a tough challenge from Sila Central High School.