Tonga Principals meet divided over Secondary School Rugby Final

The Tonga Secondary School Principal Association has to return for another meeting tomorrow after it failed to break the deadlock over  the secondary school rugby tournament finals today.

Fr ‘Aisake Vaisima, president of TASSAP said some of the members moved to be cancelled while others argued in favour of a final.

Principals have been asked to take the issue and discuss it with their various schools before tomorrow’s meeting, he said.

Secondary School rugby tournament finals were postponed last week following an attack by Tupou College students against Tonga College students and an ex-student on Thursday 18.

Vaisima said other issues would be disscussed tomorrow.

Tonga College 1st  XV will face Liahona High School  1st XV in the senior rugby tournament final.  

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