August 16, 2017
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Baulevu High wins Schools IDC

Baulevu High School created history in the Fiji Secondary Schools Inter District Championship (IDC) today after beating Cuvu College 1-0 in the grand finale at the Fiji FA Academy Ground in Suva.

The Nausori based school reached the final last year but went a notch up today with striker Jovesa Raila scoring the lone goal of a very well contested and competitive final showdown.

 Meanwhile Kamil Muslim College won the U17 title beating Seaqaqa Central College 1-0 last night while AD Patel College won the U15 title after beating Seaqaqa Central College 2-0 in extra time today.

AD Patel College won the girls division beating Kamil Muslim College 1-0.

By Reginald Chandar


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