August 18, 2012
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QVS outclasses AOG as RKS goes down to NSS

By Sunil Sharma

Defending Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby U18 champions Queen Victoria School outclassed Assemblies of God High School 22-0 in their semi final rematch of the Deans Cup at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka to seal its spot in the final.

The Tailevu based school proved too strong and dominated play in all facets of the match.

Neighbours RKS on the otherhand wilted under pressure in the first semifinal and allowed Nasinu Secondary School to register a one point win in a nail biting encounter which ended with a 15-16 scoreline.

In other grade matches, Lomaivuna Secondary scored a lone converted try against Sila Central to beat them 7-3 to clinch the U18 tier two title.

Cuvu College defeated Dudley High 12-3 to win the U17 tier 2 final.

Marist Brothers High School proved to strong for Ba Provincial walloping them 40-8 in the U17 tier 1 play-off.

In the U16 tier 2 final, Savusavu Secondary was crowned champions over Navuso despite both sides ending their match tied at 10 points each during the normal and extra time. Savusavu was declared the winner as they scored the first points in the match.

The U19 final was won by All Saints Secondary 9-5 over Navosa Provincial.

The two finals were played at Subrail Park today.

Meanwhile, the grand final between QVS and Nasinu Secondary will be played next Saturday at Churchill Park.

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