Ratu Kadavulevu School U18 Technical Advisor Nacanieli Saumi says Fiji should expect a brutal game when they take on Queen Victoria School in the Coke Zero Deans final this weekend.
Saumi who played for the Fiji 7s team in 1995 believes that QVS will bring their A game in the Deans final.
RKS has played QVS three times this year with two wins and a loss at the QVS school ground in Nukuvuto.
Saumi says that last year, the RKS Under 17 team did not even qualify for the national finals and they regrouped and wanted to make a statement this year.
But Queen Victoria School Under 18 Captain Peni Narube believes they will go into the Coke Zero Deans final as the underdog knowing that Ratu Kadavulevu School has beaten them twice this year.
Narube along with his twin brother Emosi Namiqa were outstanding against Saint John’s College in the semifinal.
The 18-year-old hails from Navutu village in Nadroga.
The QVS Under 18 team is already camping in Suva as they had their training at the USP ground this afternoon.
Fiji’s coach to the National Rugby Championship Senirusi Seruvakula and Fiji Rugby Development Officer Bill Gadolo were assisting the team today.
The Under 18 Deans Trophy final between RKS and QVS kicks off at 5.30pm Saturday and you can catch the live commentary on our sister station Viti FM on 92.2FM.Listen to the latest news on our 5 radio stations Legend FM, Viti FM, Radio Sargam, FM96 and Navtarang.