August 11, 2018
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RKS defends U14, U15 titles

Ratu Kadavulevu School successfully retained the U14 and U15 titles of the 2018 Powerade Super Deans Championship at the ANZ Stadium in Suva today.

In the U14 final, RKS and neighbours Queen Victoria School played to a 5-5 draw in normal and extra time.

Since RKS scored first in the match through Ratu Vilikesa Roko Vonolagi, the rules of the competition saw the boys from Lodoni claim the title.

And in the U15 final, RKS convincingly defeated Lelean Memorial School 21-5.

LMS led 5-0 in the first half but a strong comeback by RKS in the second half resulted in three tries to hooker Jonasa Tabua, outside center Simione Cakauniqio and number eight Emosi Natubailagi.

By Reginald Chandar



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