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Hot Bread Kitchen Donation Boosts Athletes’ Morale

  Adi Moapa Secondary School are ready to participate in the Maritime Zone today at the ANZ Stadium after receiving sports equipment from Hot Bread Kitchen. The $3000 worth of
13 Apr 2017 11:00
Hot Bread Kitchen Donation Boosts Athletes’ Morale
Hot Bread Kitchen owner Mere Samisoni(right),staff of Hot Bread Kitchen with students and committee memebers of Ratu Maopa Secondary school during the presentation of sports uniform at the Tanoa Plaza hotel on April 12, 2017.Photo:Vilimoni Vaganalau.

 

Adi Moapa Secondary School are ready to participate in the Maritime Zone today at the ANZ Stadium after receiving sports equipment from Hot Bread Kitchen.

The $3000 worth of sports equipment include track suits, vests, shorts, water bottles and hats.

Fielding 11 athletes in the zone, head coach Barry Curtin said this is a huge boost for the athletes who have their eyes set entering the Coca Cola Games for the first time after a lapse of seven years.

“This is the first time for us to receive something like this because after Tropical Cyclone Winston all our sports equipment were damaged,” Curtin said.

“We are so thankful that Hot Bread Kitchen is supporting us, this is a major confidence boost for the athletes who now feel empowered to do their utmost best in the zone and eventually the Cokes.

“For most of the athletes, this is the first time in such a compettion and we have been preparing them mentally, spiritually and physically.”

Hot Bread Kitchen chief executive officer Sepeti Tagilala said they hope their donation will encourage the athletes to become better people in sports and in life.

“We hope that the support will provide you the confidence and courage to go out there and perform to the best of your ability,” Tagilala said.

“Despite what you may go through, we hope that you will learn from it and be encouraged and strong and continue to take that experience in the competition to become a better adult and better athlete in the future.”

The Maritime Zone starts at 10am today.

 

Edited by Paula Tuvuki

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