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Natabua High Keep Low Profile

“Competition is always be tough but it will bring out the best in us.”
08 Feb 2019 16:35
Natabua High Keep Low Profile
Junior girls sprint event during the Natabua High School interhouse competition at Churchill Park, Lautoka on February 7, 2019. The competition ends today. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

Natabua High School teach­ers remained tightlipped during the first day of their interhouse competition at Church­ill Park, Lautoka yesterday.

The outstanding performance of the first day came for Samuela Navoce and Josevata Rasoi of the Pluto House.

“Jo and myself were part of the Coke Games last year and we fin­ished in fourth and fifth spot re­spectively,” Navoce said.

Josevata of Rasoi of Pluto leaps in the air during the Natabua High School Inter-house at Churchill Park in Lautoka yesterday. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

Josevata of Rasoi of Pluto leaps in the air during the Natabua High School Inter-house at Churchill Park in Lautoka yesterday. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA

“Competition is always be tough but it will bring out the best in us.”

Both year 11 students and have pledged to make the Coke Games in coming weeks.

House Venus is the defending champions as the competition con­tinues today.

The school has produced top sprinters like Shane Tuvusa, Bati­nisavu Uluiyata, Makelesi Buliko­bo and the list goes on.

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