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Suva, Nadroga Navosa lead

  Suva Blues and Nadroga Navosa lead the medal tally for the boys and girls divisions respectively after the first day of the FMF Chow Games at the ANZ Stadium,
21 Nov 2015 15:29
Suva, Nadroga Navosa lead
Jolame Vunisa (third from left) of Lautoka took out under 14 4×1 heats during Chow games at ANZ Stadium yesterday. Photo: RONALD KUMAR.

 

Suva Blues and Nadroga Navosa lead the medal tally for the boys and girls divisions respectively after the first day of the FMF Chow Games at the ANZ Stadium, Suva.

Defending champions Suva has had a rough time dominating the events with tough competitions coming from districts outside of the capital city.

Suva Blues so far bagged won three gold, two silver and two bronze medals.

Nadroga Navosa amassed four gold, five silver and one bronze medal.

Suva Blues manager Josua Rasoki said more effort need to be put in.

“So we have to wait and see. We have to wait for day two to see if we are really up there and maintain our lead.”

Rasoki said they need to come with a different approach today.

“In the past, Suva was always up there in the sprint events,” he said.

“But now we have witnessed some of the top sprinters from the Western division, Macuata and Bua, so we really have our work cut out for us.

Day Two of the FMF Chow Games continue today at 8:10am with the U14 Girls Shot Put at the ANZ Stadium, Suva.

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