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Narube brothers help in QVS win

Maciu Malo
Sunday, August 17, 2014

NADROGA twin brothers Peni and Emosi Narube were honoured to be part of the QVS under-15 winning team against Ratu Navula College at Churchill Park yesterday.

The Lomawai brothers played a vital role for the Vulinitu brigade preventing Ratu Navula from winning the title.

Peni who anchored the scrums was ably supported by Emosi at number 6 to help their team outclass Ratu Navula 12-3.

"The presence of my twin brother inspired me to work hard and we are humbled to be part of this great team," said Peni.

"We are grateful that our contribution has helped the side to win the title."

The brothers have dedicated the win to the Vulinitu family and their loved ones at Lomawai, Nadroga.

"The support of our parents, old boys and the school as a whole enabled us to win the trophy," said Peni.

"We also thank the Almighty God for his guidance and protection."

Meanwhile, QVS skipper Zack Simpson received the best player award.

The hard running inside centre was rock solid in defence and lethal in attack causing headaches to the opposition.

"I never imagined to win the award and I thank my teammates for their effort," said Simpson."

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