Kaila

Rakiraki too strong

Giant-killers Rakiraki created a major upset defeating Nadi 4-3 via a penalty shootout to lift the Digicel/Rams Cleaning Services-sponsored Fiji Primary Schools Football Association (FPSFA) 45th Inter-District Championship title at Garvey Park in Tavua. The...

MBHS humble to win

Marist Brothers High School defeated Ratu Kadavulevu School 16-13 in the last Vodafone Super Deans Championship quarter-finals at the HFC Bank Stadium yesterday. They came in as underdogs and defeated one of the toughest teams in Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union. The boys from Delainakaikai scored a first try from winger Ratu Etuate Veidreyaki but...

Upsets order of the Deans

A new champion will be crowned in this year’s Vodafone Super Deans U18 Championship after reigning champion Queen Victoria School lost to Natabua High School 21-19 yesterday. The Western-based school broke the hearts of Victorian fans in a last minute converted try to seal their spot. In the other results, Ratu Kadavulevu School shockingly lost...

21st September

Dream big, says PM

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama encouraged students he met during his week-long tour in Vanua Levu to dream big and achieve their dreams. The Honourable Prime Minister met students of various schools in Macuata and Cakaudrove during his visit to commission the grid extension projects. This included schools like Nasasa Primary School in Macuata, where Mr...

Young ruggers in action

Fiji’s biggest annual primary schools rugby tournament is back. After a long break from the COVID-19 pandemic, the tournament will have its quarter-finals at the St Marcellin Primary School grounds at Vatuwaqa, Suva, on Saturday. The Suva Kaji rugby competition has started early last month with 22 schools around Suva. Suva Kaji rugby patron Juta...

A weekend of celebration

Not all children will be successful inside the classroom in terms of writing and reading. With the theme ‘Maximizing Potential’ at the Numeracy and Literacy week Nabua Primary School head teacher Filipe Gonedua says students have different talents and not all will be successful inside the classroom. Mr Gonedua said we had a weeklong celebration...

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