LDS aims to groom players

The management of Fiji Latter-day Saints Church College under-18 rugby team aims to groom more players to be like Semi Radradra.Picture: SUPPLIED.

THE management of Fiji Latter-day Saints Church College under-18 rugby team aims to groom more players to be like Semi Radradra.

Team manager Panapasa Vukivuki said the college wanted to groom players to become national stars.

“One of the main challenges that we face is the number of players who came in where we finished at the bottom of the table. This year we are grooming players,” he said.

The team plays in the Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union Southern Zone semi-finals today against Marist Brothers High School.

“The boys are ready. We can win.”

He said their captain Davis Korosaya and vice-captain Kelemedi Tubutubu would be instrumental in the match.

Dudley team wins netball final

Meanwhile, Dudley High School is the U14 champion of the Suva Secondary Schools Netball Association after beating Ratu Sukuna Memorial School 7-3 in the final at the Fiji LDS College netball courts yesterday.

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