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ACS rules volleyball

Paulini Ratulailai
Wednesday, August 16, 2017

ADI Cakobau School scooped the titles in all the girls' grades during the Fiji Secondary Schools Volleyball competition 2017 in Suva yesterday.

In the under-16 grade the Sawani-based school beat Suva Grammar School three sets to one (3-1) while in the U18 beat St Joseph's Secondary School two straight sets (2-0) and dished the same scores to SJSS in the U20.

Coach Marica Togayali said: "We retained our the titles and we thank both schools for giving us a tough competition as we anticipated that we will meet in the final," Togayali said.

In the boys category, Marist Brothers High School defeated SGS in the U16 while LDS beat MBHS.

In the U20, MBHS beat RSMS.








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