September 21, 2012
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Jnr Narendra Rao kicks Ba Sangam into IDC

By Sunil Sharma
 

Ba Sangam College defeated Tavua College 1-0 to win the North West Zone play-off at Garvey Park and qualify for next month’s Courts Inter District Championship in Ba.

Fiji U20 rep and Ba's Junior Narendra Rao was the hero for Ba Sangam scoring the winner in the second spell of extra time.

The win by Ba brings to end Tavua College’s dominance on the secondary school arena.

Tavua College boasted the services of current Tavua district reps, Taito Koroi, Lekima Qonerau, Sitiveni Caucau, Kameli Ranui and Tupeni Maiwalu.

 Ba Sangam had services of Pranil Goundar, Rao Junior and Tavua district rep Samuela Nabenia.

Ba Sangam complements the four teams to vie for the secondary school’s title in next month’s IDC – they go through with Labasa Muslim College, Baulevu High and Central College who have been deemed as favourites having won the 2012 Secondary Schools IDC title.

The four primary school teams into the IDC are Ba, Lautoka, Nadogo and Rewa.

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