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Nukuloa creates history

Maciu Malo
Monday, August 18, 2014

NUKULOA College of Ba has created a history for winning the Vodafone Secondary Schools Soccer under-17 title at Govind Park yesterday.

The side thumped Nausori High School 5-0, Nadi Muslim 1-0 and Labasa Muslim 1-0 to win the U17 title.

Assistant principal Feroz Ali said the side had prepared well for the tournament.

Players were confident of their chances before the commencement of the game, he said .

He said the exposure made before the tournament contributed to their success today.

"We were confident all along that we will win," said Ali.

"The boys played their hearts out to create a history for the school.

"We had a good buildup had in the past months which helped the boys to win the top award.

"This is the first time for the school to win the U17 title and full credit to the all the boys."

Ali said the players had done wonders for the school and for the people of Ba as a whole.

He also thanked the team sponsor J R Realtors for supporting the team throughout the season.





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