Support for kids

Action from Natabua and Nasinu during the under 17 Vodafone School Rugby League quater finals at Bidesi grounds yesterday. Picture: RAMA

OFFICIALS of the Vodafone Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby League Association are rallying for parental support in their national quarter-finals this weekend.

Association secretary Dan Vakamoce said the quarter-finals would held at Suva’s Bidesi and Buckhurst grounds.

“We will witness teams from each zone which will battle for the Vodafone Trophy,” he said.

“We had to sacrifice our Easter weekend to have this competition.

“We are grateful to Vodafone for supporting us for 15 years and have been faithfully supporting us to be able to provide for the competition since our inception in 2007.”

Association president Akuila Vute said they were grateful to Fiji National Rugby League for providing technical support.

“In particular the upskilling of our coaches and teachers through clinics this year.”

Meanwhile, Marist U17 team captain Anthony Mateiwai said their aim was to win.

Fixtures: U15 – Nasinu Panthers v Ra High Roosters, Sukuna Broncos v Tavua Distroct Rabbitohs, U15 – Ba Methodist Saints v RKS Eels, Ba Provincial Dragons v Latianara Raiders. U19 – Nasinu Panthers v Nasikawa Knights, U17- Marist Storms v Ra High Roosters, U19 – RKS Eels v Sigatoka Methodist Storm, U17 – Lelean Bati v Ba Provincial Dragons, U19 – Lelean Bati v Ba Provincial Dragons, U17- RKS Eels v Ba Methodist Saints, U19 – QVS Knights v Ra High Roosters, 1.50pm: U17 – Nasinu Panthers v Natabua Bulldogs.

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