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By ANASILINI RATUVA
Fiji Secondary School Rugby Union president Paula Motu is urging all teams, parents, old scholars and spectators to respect the rules and practice good sportsmanship at Prince Charles Park and Subrail Park today.
“The Coke Zero Deans semifinals are an exciting occasion where students, parents and friends support their respective schools,”Motu said.
“I would like to urge all spectators of the day to follow the rules and make the day a success,” Motu said.
“This is also the time where everyone will want to win so we are urging all schools, coaches, team managements and players to respect all decisions made by the referees and linesmen.
The Fiji Police Force will provide securt at Subrail Park and Prince Charles Park today to avoid any misconduct by spectators.
“I’m urging all spectators to please follow the rules,”Motu said.
Deans Trophy semifinal fixtures (Prince Charles Park).
U14:8.30am U14; SGS-RKS; QVS- MBHS;U15 9.20am QVS-MBHS; LMS- Natabua;U16 10:30 QVS-RKS; 11.25 LMS-RNHS; U17 12:30pm: RSMS-QVS,
1:40pm; RNHS-RKS;U18 2:50 LMS-NSS (Quarterfinals); 4.10 QVS-AOGHS
Tier 2 semifinals (Subrail Park)
U15; St John-Holy Family Secondary
U16; Nadroga Navosa-Savusavu Secondary;U17; Cuvu Secondary-St Bedes; U18; Sila Secondary-Labasa College.