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Top 16 teams advance

Emoni Narawa
Thursday, August 21, 2014

TOP 16 teams will advance into today's elimination in day three of the Galaxy Kaji Rugby competition in Suva.

After the first two days, the knockout stages would be a do or die for all Kaji ruggers.

Fiji Kaji Rugby president George Seruiratu said it would be do or die for all teams.

"This year's competition is very tough and we've witnessed that for the past two days," he said.

"Anyone can win but it will solely depend on how teams execute their game plans well, this will determine the outcome of the match."

In the under-9 grade, Ovalau looked to be the in form team, Suva is doing well in the U10, Navosa stamped its mark in the U11 and U12 grades remained opened while Suva to be the dominant force in the U13 and U14 respectively.

The competition continues today.

Results

U9 - Ovalau 14 macuata 0, Serua 0 Ovalau 45, Ovalau 12 Beqa 0, Navosa 10 Wainibuka 0, Tailevu 5 Navosa 0

U10 - Suva 7 Kadavu 0, Suva 28 Rewa 0, Cakau east 7 Northland 5, Cakau East 28 Namosi 0

U11 - Navosa 7 Taveuni 0, Navosa 14 Rewa 7, Suva 21 Northland 0, Cakau East 12 Nadi 12, Cakau East 7 Serua 0, Tailevu 10 Kadavu 7

U12 - Nadi 42 Cakau East 0, Nadi 19 Namosi 0, Suva 21 Macuata 0, Suva 19 Highlanders 0, Nasinu 47 Rewa 0, Nasinu 42 Lami 0, Cakau 7 Taveuni 0, Cakau 28 Wainibuka 0,

Northland 24 Serua 7, Northland 7 Navosa 0

U13 - Suva 20 Cakau 0, Suva 5 Kadavu 0, Macuata 8 Tailevu 0, Macuata 26 Lami 0, Nasinu 29 Serua 0, Nasinu 5 Nadi I 8

U14 - Suva 35 Gau 0, Suva 42 Wainibuka 0, Suva 17 Tailevu 0





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