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Cuvu Means Business

Cuvu Means Business
Cuvu College athletes at the ANZ stadium on April 19, 2017.Photo:Vilimoni Vaganalau.
April 20
11:59 2017

Cuvu College is looking forward to display their athletes talents when they take the field and tracks during the Coca Cola Games which starts today at the ANZ Stadium.

Manageress Kalesi Qio said they had an array of talent that the public would wintness good athletes were not confined to big schools around Suva.

“I think we come into this competition as underdogs and we have come to display the hidden talents we know our athletes have shown,” Qio said.

“Even though it is not easy travelling to Suva, we have faith in God and we know that with Him our athletes will shine through their strengths.

“When people talk about the Coke Games, they always think of Suva Grammar School or Marist Brothers High School and that isn’t bad because we know that these schools have good athletes.

“But we want everyone to know that other schools like ours also have good athletes and we don’t care whether we win or lose medals, we just want to expose our athletes.

“Entering the Coca Cola Games is very important to us because I believe we have a lot of future prospects that we need to develop and prepare mentally, physically and spiritually.

“So the Coke Games is a good platform for us to do that and we hope that our athletes will be representing Fiji one day in the future.”

Qio said the athletes would not be in Suva if it weren’t for the tremendous support from the parents and old scholars.

“We would like to thank the parents who have always been there for us and supported us through thick and thin,” she said.

“We want to give something back to them whether it is in the form of medals or improved performances.”

The games ends on Saturday.

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