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Hope On Sub, Junior Athletes: Prasad

Jai Narayan College students will bank on their sub junior and junior athletes in the Suva Zone Two and the Coca-Cola Games in April. Head of Physical Education, Music, Arts
19 Feb 2017 11:00
Hope On Sub, Junior Athletes: Prasad
Varanisese NAucabalavu (left) crosses the finish line to win gold for her Red House with Asilika Adi taking bronze and Litia Tui winning silver in the Jai Narayain College interhouse yesterday.Photo:Jone Luvenitoga

Jai Narayan College students will bank on their sub junior and junior athletes in the Suva Zone Two and the Coca-Cola Games in April.

Head of Physical Education, Music, Arts and Culture (PEMAC) Asish Vinay Prasad made the comment after the annual inter-house athletics competition at the ANZ Stadium on Friday.

“Our strength lies in the sub and junior grades,” he said.

“We gave them prizes to boost them so they can work harder for the zonal and Coke Games.

“I am really happy with how they approached athletics. It’s basically about winning and at the same time exposed students to athletics.

“We’ve approach Athletics Fiji’s Bola Tafou to help us in training and he is willing to do that.

With Suva Grammar School and Marist Brothers High School as zone defending champions, JNC have lay down the challenge that nothing is impossible if the heart is willing.

Green House won the girls division while Red House dominated the boys category.


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