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Natabua wants Tier One spot

Maciu Malo
Friday, August 15, 2014

THE Natabua High School under-18 side is aware of what is expected of them in the do or die promotion relegation match against Navuso tomorrow.

The side is fighting hard to secure a spot for the West Zone in next year's Coke Zero Fiji secondary school rugby Tier One division.

School's PEMAC head of department Sairusi Naituku says the players will play their hearts in their last game of the season.

He said the players had prepared well for the game and would give their opponents a good run for their money.

"This is the last game for these boys this year and they know what is expected of them," the former national rep said.

"This is a vital game not only for the school but for the West Zone as a whole.

"Training is normal compared to our previous games and the boys are confident of a good outing."

Naituku said the game was expected to be tough because Navuso would also want to retain their spot in the Tier One.

"Our boys have come a long way this season and we will do our very best to win the game," he said.

"Navuso on the other hand will also fight hard to maintain their spot.

"The game is expected to be exciting as both teams are fighting for the same mission," he added.

Meanwhile, in the feature game RKS will battle against Lelean in the U18 grade to determine the new winners of the prestigious rugby crown.

The Coke Zero Deans final will be held at Churchill Park.

Game draws.8.3Oam U14 QVS-Marist, 9.25 U15 Ratu Navula-QVS,10.35 U16 Natabua-Marist, 11.45 U17 Marist-LMS, 1.05pm promotion relegation Natabua-Navuso, 2.25 U19 RKS-Lomaivuna, 3.45 U18 RKS-LMS.

Natabua ground. 9am U15 promotion relegation RSMS-Tilak, 10.10 U16 promotion relegation Ratu Navula-SGS





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