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Nadi wins U10 title

Emoni Narawa
Saturday, August 23, 2014

NADI was crowned the new under-10 champions at the Galaxy Kaji rugby competition at the ANZ Stadium yesterday.

The young Jet Setters boys edged Northland 14-7 in the cup final.

Nadi held Macuata 14-all in the semi-finals but managed to advance through for scoring the first try. Macuata, the U9 champion last year was the top seeded team in the grade.

Northland beat Suva 14-7 in the second semi-final.

In the U9 grade, Suva thumped Nadi One 33-0 in the final.

In the U11 grade, Macuata will share the spoils with Suva following a 7-all draw in the final.

The same also happened in the U12 where Tailevu drew 7-all with Cakaudrove.

Suva won the U13 title following its 41-10 victory over Nadi.

The Capital City boys also retained their title in the U14 grade with a 21-7 victory over Ovalau last night.

Fiji Kaji rugby president George Seruiratu said they ended competition on a high note despite a few obstacles.

Last night, a false fire alarm sounded which halted the games for about 40 minutes.





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