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Nabuta aim to finish on top

  Waisake Nabuta, 14, aims to join Marist Brothers High School next year to enhance his athletics skills. The Nawaka speedster won the Under-14 200 metres final during the FMF
21 Nov 2015 15:20
Nabuta aim to finish on top
From left: Under 14 medal winners Lautoka Bronze Douglas Matakibau, Gold medalist Jolame Vunisa and Silver Waisake Nabuta during the National Primary Schools FMF Chow Games 2015 at the ANZ stadium yesterday. Photo: PAULINI RATULAILAI.

 

Waisake Nabuta, 14, aims to join Marist Brothers High School next year to enhance his athletics skills.

The Nawaka speedster won the Under-14 200 metres final during the FMF Chow Games 2015 at the ANZ Stadium yesterday.

“This is my second year participating in the FMF Chow Games and I am really happy with my performance compared to last year,” he said.

The Namaka Primary School student wants to represent the country in the Pacific Games.

“This is my last year and I aim to finish on a high note and hopefully join MBHS. I want to make my family, teachers and trainers, especially Lorima Buliga proud.

“It’s an amazing feeling when you win and I dedicate this win to all the western students who couldn’t make it to the Games,” Nabuta said

Meanwhile in the U13 200m final Suva Blues LasarusaSenibale won comfortably.

‘Sacrifice, train hard was my secret to success,”he said.

“And wining gold for three consecutive years is a success for me as an athlete,” he said.

“I know I have a bright future and I am looking forward to rise up on another level.”

Lautoka took out the silver and bronze medal while in the U14 Suva Blues won silver and  NadrogaNavosa the bronze medal.

paulini.ratulailai@fijisun.com.fj



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