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Victory for St John's U15 team

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, August 10, 2014

SAINT John's College from Cawaci in Levuka has defied all odds to win the Tier Two under-15 final yesterday.

The side defeated Ratu Sukuna Memorial School 15-8 at Bidesi Park and will feature in the promotion relegation match next week.

After qualifying from the Eastern zone, the Ovalau-based school drew 7-all with Cuvu College in the quarter-finals. However, they were awarded the win for scoring first , according to the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Unions rule.

Later on the side defied the odds in the semi-final with a victory.

Meanwhile, Queen Victoria School thumped SVC from Nadi to win the U17 grade.

The boys from Matavatucou proved too strong for SVC with a 39-3 victory, setting up a promotion relegation match against Nasinu Secondary School next week.

In the U19 grade, Assemblies of God High School beat All Saints Secondary School from Labasa 22-13 in the final.

In the playoffs, Marist Brothers High School U15 defeated Tilak High School 20-8, SJC had a default win over Suva Grammar School in the U16 grade and John Wesley College beat Nasinu Secondary School in the U17 grade.








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