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Teamwork Key For ACS

Adi Cakobau School (ACS), aims to prepare a little differently for the 2015 Coca-Cola Games in April. The all-girl school had their annual inter-house at the ANZ Stadium in Suva
13 Feb 2015 08:36
Teamwork Key For ACS
Laisasni Mose (fourth from left) tookout the Adi Cakabau School inter-girls 200metrers finals at ANZ Stadium yesterday. Photo: RONALD KUMAR.

Adi Cakobau School (ACS), aims to prepare a little differently for the 2015 Coca-Cola Games in April.

The all-girl school had their annual inter-house at the ANZ Stadium in Suva yesterday.

Event co-ordinator Bereta Laqere said: “The only thing that will be different this year for Sawani is that we are empowering teamwork, from the stakeholders to the girls themselves.

“Teamwork is biblical as where there is unity, God commands his blessing,” Laqere said.

“We believe when everybody is united, from the teachers, stakeholders and girls, the blessing will just naturally come because it has to go together with working hard and training.”

Laqere said they had analysed the athletes’ performance last year.

“One of the weaknesses I could say that affected us last year was the girls were overexcited and  resulted in the dropping of the relay baton in our 4×100 intermediate team.

“The athletes themselves need to be focussed, they should not be overexcited and pressured when it comes to tough competitions.”

Jasper Williams High School are the defending champion in the girls division.

“Competition this year is really tough and I can say it will be tougher than previous years and it will be different,” Laqere said.

Kakala defended their title winning 17 gold and eight silver medals, Lagakali in second spot with nine gold and Uci and Mokosoi settling for third and fourth place respectively.

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