Northerners eye exposure

The Cuvu College U18 attacks against Ba Pro in their clash in the Deans competition at Lawaqa Park. Picture: ATU RASEA

Saint Bedes College is using the 2022 Vodafone Super Deans Championship to motivate their players towards top rugby competitions.

The Savusavu-based school, the lone North school in the national quarter-finals this weekend, meets Ratu Kadavulevu School at Bidesi Ground in Suva on Saturday at 1.30pm.

College assistant principal Ben Ting said they had been working overtime to meet their schedules in the competition.

“They are the champion and our motto is No.1 or No.10, we will fight to the final whistle. We will be at our best to match them and try to qualify for the semi-finals,” Tinga said.

Fixtures on Saturday: HFC Bank Stadium, 8.40am: U17: MBHS v Lelean, 10am: U18: Ba Pro v Nasinu, 11.20am: U18: Natabua v QVS, 12.50pm: U18: SGS v Lelean, 3.30pm: RKS v MBHS. Bidesi Ground: 8.40am: U15: Natabua v Nasinu, 9.30am: U16: RKS v Rt Navula, 10.40am: U19: Rt Navula v QVS, 12.05pm: Ra High v Nasinu, 1.30pm: U19: RKS v St Bedes. Buckhurst Grnd: 8.30am: U15: RKS v Suva Grammar, 9.30am: U16: SGS v Lelean, 10.40am: U16: Cuvu College v MBHS, 12.05pm: U17: SGS v Sigatoka, 1.3opm: U19: Naitasiri v LMS. SGS Ground: 8.30am: U15: QVS v Ra High, 9.30am: U15: Lelean v MBHS, 10.40am: U16: QVS v Nasinu, 12.05pm: U17: Nasinu v QVS, 1.30pm: U17: RKS v Natabua. Admission: Granstand $20, Embankments – concrete $10, Grass $5. Uniforms – $3.

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