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Natabua U18 wins

Maciu Malo
Sunday, August 17, 2014

NATABUA High School under 18 side thumped Navuso 23-5 to secure a spot for the West Zone in the Tier One division next season.

The home team outclassed the visitors in all facets of the game to end their rugby season on a high.

Natabua skipper Kitione Kamikamica was the standout performer in the game to win the best player award.

The Form 7 student opened the floodgates when he bulldozed his way past four defenders to score the first try.

Kamikamica also kicked a penalty and a conversion to stamp his mark in the game.

The hard running number 8 was a thorn in the opposition-breaking the first line of defence and setting the platform for his teammates.

He said the players were happy to achieve their objective.

"We had made our promise to win the Tier Two and I thank the Almighty for giving us the desire of our hearts," said Kamikamica.

"The boys were determined to make the school proud and also to win a spot in next year "Tier One competition."

"I dedicate this win to the old scholars, students, teachers and parents for their support enabling us to win the game."

Kamikamica was also named in the Fiji under-18 team.

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