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Support for southern schools

Rashneel Kumar
Tuesday, August 12, 2014

THE Southern schools taking part in the Coke Zero Deans finals this Saturday at Churchill Park in Lautoka will not lack support, says zone vice-president Biu Colati.

Marist Brothers High School will play in the under-14, U16 and U17 finals while Lomaivuna High School will feature in the U19 showdown.

In the U14 final, Marist will play Queen Victoria School and in the U16 final, the team will take on Natabua High.

In the U17 final, Marist will face Lelean Memorial School.

Lomaivuna High will play Ratu Kadavulevu School in the U19 final.

In the main U18 final, Ratu Kadavulevu will clash with Lelean Memorial while QVS will take on Ratu Navula in the U15 grade.

Colati said despite missing the coveted U18 grade final, they were pleased to have a good number of teams in the finals.

"We didn't make the U18 final but we are the only zone coming with the most number of teams from any particular school," Colati said.

"Our schools have a good support base and there are many of the ex scholars living in the West.

"For Marist, I know there will be two or three buses that will accompany the team and I don't think our schools will lack support."








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