15th November 11:50 PM
RKS claims three titles so far in the Deans competition in the U14, U15 and U16 grade
By Timoci Qaranivalu and Lena Reece
Saturday 11/08/2018
Action between QVS and RKS in the U16 final

Ratu Kadavulevu School has made a strong start to the Powerade Super Deans Rugby Championship finals defending three of their five titles.

The boys from Delanakaikai made a strong comeback in the second half to defeat Lelean Memorial School 21-5 and successfully defend their title in the U15 final.

Tries for RKS were scored by Emosi Natulailagi, Simione Cakauniqio and Vilikesa Vuka-siri and were all successfully converted by fly-half, Lemeki Mataisau.

Lelean were leading RKS in the first half 5-0 with Keni Wainiqolo scoring the lone try for the boys from Davuilevu.

U14 RKS vs QVS album


In the U14 grade, RKS retained their title after defeating QVS in extra time.

After both teams were tied at 5 all at full time a decision was made to give the win to the team that had scored first.

The first and only try for RKS was scored by flanker Tevita Vukicea and QVS responded with a try of their own from prop Sekaia Sukilagi.

U15 RKS vs Lelean album

Josua Wekana of RKS was named player of the U14 final.

RKS have defeated QVS 15-7 in a nail biting encounter to win the U16 title.

Meanwhile, QVS are currently playing Lelean in the Under 17 final.

The match is into the first half.

The hype towards the Powerade Super Deans Rugby Championship final has resulted in the shortage of buses to be hired from Nadroga as the Cuvu College fans are expected to fill out the ANZ Stadium today.

U16 RKS vs QVS album

Looking at the other final fixtures, RKS will face Lelean in the Under 19 final at 3pm.

The Under 18 final between Cuvu College and RKS will kick off at 4.40pm today and you can catch the live commentary on VitiFM 92.2FM.

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