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  Seaqaqa Central College scored back-to-back wins in the Macuata Zone Two competition at Labasa Muslim College ground yesterday. The school won the overall medal tally amassing 29 gold, 33
25 Mar 2017 10:00
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Seaqaqa Central College scooped a back to back win in the Macuata Zone Two competition at Labasa Muslim College ground yesterday.Photo:SHRATIKA NAIDU

 

Seaqaqa Central College scored back-to-back wins in the Macuata Zone Two competition at Labasa Muslim College ground yesterday.

The school won the overall medal tally amassing 29 gold, 33 silver and 31 bronze medals, Labasa College second (20, 15, 14). Dreketi Central (18.18, 13), Nabala Secondary (15, 13, 17), Ahmadiyya Muslim (7, 6, 12), Valebasoga Islamia (6.0, 1), Labasa Muslim (3, 8, 7), Tabia Sanatan 2, 4, 2).

Seaqaqa Central College Year 13 student Tokasa Ragolea dedicated the win to all students and teachers of the school.

“We wouldn’t have again won this competition with the support of the students and guidance of the teachers,” Ragolea said.

The 19-year-old of Buavou Village, Seaqaqa won gold in the triple jump.

SCC headboy Tevita Vuniwaqa who was also among the 124 athletes from the school thanked God while holding the trophy.

“Coming far away to compete with the best athletes from seven schools have been challenging and I thank God for giving us the strength to defend the title,” the 18-year-old headboy said.

Seaqaqa Central College principal Jitendra Prasad said they are now in the right direction.

“Now we will focus on preparing the students for the Coke Games next month,” Prasad said.

Edited by Osea Bola

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