Secondary school rugby

The Suva Grammar School U15 rugby team celebrate after defeating Ratu Sukuna Memorial School in their Secondary Schools Rugby Southern Zone match. Picture: JOVESA NAISUA

SEVENTEEN year old Kalivati Waqailau of Saint John’s College leaves it to God to lead his way through and his under-17 rugby side after they thumped Sila Central 39-3 last Saturday in the Eastern Secondary School Zone competition in Nausori.
The Koro lad showed individual talent helping his team thump Sila Secondary in the fourth round of the competition.
Waqailau say only God knows what is ahead of me and my team and credits to him for today’s win.
“I know God will show the way for me, with what lies ahead in my studies and playing rugby,” said Waqailau.
“I have faith in my team and I know we are going to go a long way and our hopes and dreams is to reach the finals.”
The SJC under-17 fell short in the playoff last year losing to Queen Victoria School 5-3 but eventually revenged their loss to the boys from Matavatucou in the past two weeks 5-3, and are focussed in going straight to the finals of the Fiji Secondary School Rugby Deans finals.

Eastern Zone:
Sila Central Ground:
U15-LMS 52-0 Dilkusha
U16-QVS 15-5 LMS
U17 SJC 39-3 SILA
U18 LMS 17-9 QVS

RKS Ground:
U18 RKS 32-0 SJC

Southern Zone competition
U18 NasinuSS 0-MBHS 0, LDS 7-7 AOG, JWC 27-0 SGS
U16 NabuaSS 12-5 GHS, RSMS 10- 9 MBHS
U19 JWC 8-0 Nasinuss, MonfortBT 3-0 Nabua SS

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