August 10, 2012
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AOG ready to topple champs

By Sunil Sharma
 
Assemblies of God High School U18 rugby team is ready to upset QVS in their re-match semi final of the Fiji Secondary Schools Coca Cola Zero Deans competition tomorrow at Lawaqa Park.

AOG’s assistant coach Inia Ranuqanuqa said they are confident of turning the tables tomorrow and they have identified the opposition's weaknesses.

“We all know that we are ready to deliver. The morale is high and the boys are fully focused to give their best on the field tomorrow."

 "We have work on our set pieces, scrum and line outs," Ranuqanuqa said.

“Retaining set pieces will be vital in the game and we have worked on that this week and are positive that the players will go head to head and play according to our game plan.”

“We cannot look back from the position where we are standing at the moment. Its at a pole position and playing constructive rugby is what we will focus on."

AOG versus QVS match will kick-off at 1.50pm while prior to that RKS will face Nasinu Secondary in the first U18 semi final at 12.30pm.

FijiLive

 
 

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