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John Wesley College wins U19 title - Oct 13, 2014


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JOHN Wesley College is the new boys champions in the under-19 grade of the Tuckers Ice Cream Fiji Secondary Schools Basketball Championship. The Raiwaqa-based school edged Natabua High School 21-18 in an even affair during the final at the Vodafone Arena yesterday. Laced with Mighty Mights players, a club in the Raiwaqa Basketball Association, JWC created another piece of history winning its first championship title. "We've been trying to win this for the past three years," team captain, Sydney Dukeleveny said. "I'm so happy with the win, it was not easy but the boys gave their best shot to come out victorious." The team dedicated the win to one of the players, Jordan Dokanivalu, whose mum passed away last year. "This win dedicated to Jordan and especially to all our supporters." JWC upset defending champions Later Day Saints 26-20 in the quarter-finals. Dukeleveny hope the performance of his players would boost their chances of making the Fiji U19 team to the FIBA Oceania Basketball Championship to be held in Suva at the end of the year. Meanwhile, in the girls division, Yat Sen Secondary School won the U19 title after a narrow 31-28 victory over arch rival Saint Joseph's Secondary School.
In other grades, SJSS won the U17 and the Grammar U15 girls won the U15 title.
Results
Girls: U15 Final - GHS 9 SGS 15
U17 Finals - LBSS 11 SJSS 15
U19 Final - YSS 31 SJSS 28
Boys: Final - YSS 19 LDS 23
U17 Finals - MBHS 32 LDS 27
U19 Final - Natabua 18 JWC 21.
Courtesy of: fijitimes.com  



Samoa wins gold - 8 months ago
FIJI under-18 basketball men's team lost to Samoa 57-61 in the gold medal match of the B division in the 2016 International Basketball Federation Oceania U18 Championship yesterday. The match was played at the Vodafone Arena in Suva. Fiji led 18-9 at the end of the first quarter before Samoa came back in the other three quarters winning 15-13, 17-11 and 20-15. Excited Samoa coach Woolley Le'au'anae said Fiji made them work hard. "We tried hard and kept going in the match," he said. "The p...   [read more]
Fijian U18 National Team 2016 - 8 months ago
4 Aidan Tudreu 98
5 Toni Simi 98
6 Collin Dhani 98
7 Jordan Dokonivalu 00
8 Steven Digitaki 98
9 Zechariah Nabakewa 98
10 Josua Vugona 99
11 Isimeli Koroi 98
12 Apisalome Lutuciri 98
13 Mosese Maiwiriwiri 98
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Joshua Fox
Joshua Fox agreed terms with Cheshire Phoenix - 11 months ago
Cheshire Phoenix (BBL) inked 22-year old Fijian international forward Joshua Fox (198-95kg-94). He just graduated from Cal-Davis (NCAA). In 28 games he recorded 14.8ppg, 6.8rpg, 2.1apg and 1.1spg last season. A very good year in his career as he was voted to All-Big West 2nd Team. As mentioned above Fox is just out of the college and it will be his first season in pro basketball. Among other achievements his team won Big West Regular Season in 2015. Fox received also All-Big West Sixth Pl...   [read more]



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