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RKS, ACS Still In Charge

RKS, ACS Still In Charge
Tears of joy...Ana Kaitoga of Adi Cakobau Secondary School after winning junior girls 400meters final during 2018 Coca-cola games at ANZ Stadium on April 20, 2018. Photo: Ronald Kumar.
April 21
11:35 2018

Ratu Kadavulevu School and Adi Cakobau School lead af­ter day two of the Coca-Cola Games.

RKS take charge of the boys’ di­vision with 6 gold, 3 silvers and 5 bronze medals, Marist Brothers High is second with 4 gold, 4 silvers and 4 bronze medals and Natabua High School is third with 3 gold, 3 silvers, 5 bronze medals.

In the girl’s division, defending champs Adi Cakobau School has 9 gold, 6 silvers and 4 bronze medas.

In second place is Lautoka-based Jasper Williams High School with 6 gold medals, 6 silvers, 2 bronze and Suva Grammar third with 2 gold, 3 silvers and a bronze.

6 New Records

Six athletes broke records yester­day with 4 from the tracks and 2 from field events.

The 6 records are:

nCagilaba Senimala set a new intermediate discus record with a distance of 36.43 metres. The old re­cord (35.12) was set by Ana Baleira of Koro High School in 2015.

nHeleina Young ran the fastest time in the 100 metre intermedi­ate grade clocking 11.87 secs. The old record (12.01) was set by You­nis Bese of Gospel High School in 2014s.

nAna Kaitoga of Adi Cakobau set a new 400 metre junior record clocking 57.77secs. The old record was set by Makereta Naulu a for­mer Jasper Williams High School and now attends ACS, she clocked 58.70 seconds.

nKameli Seduadua of Ratu Ka­davulevu School set new record in the 400 metres senior boys clocking 47.47 secs.

nSaivora Nareba broke the record in the 400m and 200m record, clock­ing 26.40s and 60.90s, respectively.

A total of 40 medals will be up for grab today. The 2018 Coca-Cola Games champion will be crowned at 3.10pm

Edited by Osea Bola


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