Marist Brothers High School (Fiji) - Extra-curricular Activities

Extra-curricular Activities

Marist Sports

The school encourages its students to strike a balance in both sports and academics, and athletics is where for the past four decades Marist Brothers High School has dominated in Fiji. Athletics is a unifying force for the Marist community who come together every year to assist athletes for the annual Coca Cola Games and later on in international meets. For the last eighteen Coca Cola Games since the medal system was introduced, Marist Brothers High School has won on 13 occasions.

Every year the school puts out sides for all age grades to compete in the Fiji Secondary School Rugby competition. Even though success has not mirrored that of the school's dominance in athletics, Marist is placed 4th behind QVS, RKS, and LMS on winning the Deans Trophy which is the oldest rugby competition in Fiji. The Marist 1st XV have won the Deans Trophy on four occasions and drawn twice. The school have over the years produced players who have gone on to represent Fiji in both 7s and 15s. The likes of former Australian Wallabies flanker Ilivasi Tabua, current and former Flying Fijians Marika Vunibaka, Aisake Nadolo, Samu Domoni, Aliposo Waqaliti, Daniel Baleinadogo, Isaac Mow, Netani Talei, Gabriel Lovobalavu, Sunia Koto, Dominiko Waqaniburuto are just a few of many who have gone on to represent Fiji at international level. Marist Brothers High School after 5 years have now reatined the 2012 Coca Cola Games which made a great disappointment to the Suva Grammar School and still reain the champions for the boys catergories in the Suva Zone Two meet. The Marist Old Boys were very happy and were very supportive for the athletes of Marist Brothers High School and in return they gave out soverneer jerseys, sportin equipments in appreciation of a token of a small Thank You to the Red Fire boys form the kaunikuila Gropu

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