Ratu Kadavulevu School have defended their Under18 title in the Powerade Super Deans Championship after thrashing Cuvu College 20-0.
RKS scored two tries in the first half through Sireli Maqala and captain, Viliame Sokiveta with a conversion from Jone Vatuwaliwali to lead 12-0 at half time.
They continued to control the game while Cuvu on the other hand found it difficult to get out of their own 22 metre line
Cuvu College worked hard keep dominate territory in the beginning of the second half and tried to starve RKS of posession.
RKS proved too strong in their defense and turned over possession late into the second half and scored 2 more tries through Sireli Maqala and Jone Vatuwaliwali to seal the win for the boys from Delainakaikai.
RKS Halfback Vatuwaliwali was also named Man of the Match.
RKS Halfback Vatuwaliwali (right)
RKS U18 team Manager Osea Uluiviti says the boys have shown that they are true champions as with a completely new team they have managed to successfully defend the U18 Deans trophy.
Meanwhile, Ratu Kadavulevu School has dominated through out the day defending four of their five titles.
The boys from Delanakaikai have defended their titles in the U14,U15, U16 and U19 grades while QVS have won the U17 grade.
RKS defeated QVS in the U19 final 14-0.
QVS edged Lelean Memorial School 9-8 in the U17 final.
RKS have defeated QVS 15-7 to win the U16 title.
RKS defeated Lelean Memorial School 21-5 in the U15 final RKS won the U14 final after defeating QVS in extra time.