August 13, 2018
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Kamil, Bulileka College qualify for quarters

Ba's Kamil Muslim College and Labasa's Bulileka Sanatan College have booked their spots in tomorrow's U19 quarterfinals of the 2018 Vodafone Fiji Secondary Schools Inter District Championship (IDC) at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.

Bulileka Sanatan College has qualified after winning three consecutive matches in Pool A and will play its last match tomorrow while Kamil Muslim College finished on top in Pool D with 8 points after winning two and drawing two matches.

The remaining six spots will be decided after final round of pool matches tomorrow morning.

DAV Suva, Vashist Muni College and Tavua College are in the running in Pool A.

Xavier College, Penang Sangam, Nadi Muslim and Cuvu College are in contention from Pool B.

Swami Vivekananda College, Ahmadiya Secondary and Bhawani Dayal College are in the battle to qualify from Pool C while defending champion Baulevu High School, Tilak High School and Sigatoka Andhra will fight for the lone remaining spot in Pool D.

The quarterfinals will commence at midday.

Day 2 Results:

U19- Labasa College 2-1 Cuvu College, Xavier College 2-1 Nadi Muslim College, Bhawani Dayal 1-0 Jai Narayan College, Ahmadiya College 3-0 Tailevu North College, DAV College Suva 2-3 Bulileka College, Central College 0-0 Vashist Muni College, Kamil Muslim College 2-0 Batinikama Secondary, Sigatoka Andhra 1-0 Baulevu High School, SVC 3-1 Tailevu North College, Nadi Muslim College 1-1 Cuvu College, Penang Sangam 1-0 Labasa College, DAV Suva 2-1 Central College, Kamil Muslim College 0-0 Baulevu High School, Tilak High School 1-0 Sigatoka Andhra, Ahmadiya College 0-0 Bhawani Dayal, Bulileka Sanatan College 1-0 Tavua College.

 U17- Labasa Muslim College 3-2 Cuvu College, Tavua College 3-2 Vashist Muni College.

 U15- Nadi Muslim College 1-1 Labasa College, Xavier College 6-0 Rishikul College.

Girls-  Holy Family 1-1 Sigatoka Methodist College, Xavier College 1-1 Vunimono High School.

Day 1 Results:

U19- Central College 1-1 Tavua College, DAV Suva 0-0 Vashist Muni College, Tailevu North College 2-2 Bhawani Dayal Arya College, SVC 1-0 Jai Narayan College, Labasa College 0-1 Nadi Muslim College, Xavier College 0-1 Penang Sangam, Tilak High School 0-2 Kamil Muslim College, Baulevu High School 1-0 Batinikama Secondary, Ahmadiya Muslim College 0-0 SVC, Tailevu North College 2-2 Jai Narayan College, Central College 1-2 Buileka College, Labasa College 0-4 Xavier College, Batinikama Secondary 0-1 Tilak High School, Sigatoka Andhra 0-0 Kamil Muslim College, Cuvu College 2-1 Penang Sangam, Tavua College 0-0 Vashist Muni College.

U17- Vashist Muni College 1-1 Labasa Muslim College, Cuvu College 0-1 Tavua College.

U15- Rishikul College 0-1 Labasa College, Nadi Muslim College 0-1 Xavier College.

Girls- Xavier College 3-2 Sigatoka Methodist College, Holy Secondary 1-4 Vunimono High School.

By Reginald Chandar





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