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Nabua Secondary School: Athletes Ready For Today’s Competition

“Unfortunately, we didn’t have our inter­house but we are trying our best to achieve our set goals for the Suva Zone 2 and the Coke Games.
14 Mar 2019 10:12
Nabua Secondary School: Athletes Ready For Today’s Competition
Nabua Secondary School athletics squad for the 2019 Suva Zone 2 on March 13, 2019. The Suva Zone 2 gets underway at the ANZ Stadium, Suva today. Photo: Grace Narayan

Without any proper sponsorship, Nabua Secondary School athletes are determined to deliver a good performance in today’s Suva Zone 2 compe­tition which gets underway at the ANZ Sta­dium.

Head of Department Physical Education Music Art and Craft Salome Qerewaqa told SUNsports yesterday they have some poten­tial athletes in the squad who they’re bank­ing on to win medals.

“We’ve a total of 50 students participating this year that is a slight increase compared to last year,” Qerewaqa said.

“Unfortunately, we didn’t have our inter­house but we are trying our best to achieve our set goals for the Suva Zone 2 and the Coke Games.

“And this year we have some potential ath­letes in the squad and we look forward to some good performances as well. Looking at our overall performance last year we man­aged win five gold medals for the school and are confident to achieve more than that.”

Qerewaqa said they are grateful to the sup­port that they have been getting from the Parents Teachers Association and the school management towards the build-up prepara­tions for the athletes.

“Despite no proper sponsorship the par­ticipating athletes’ parents were able to fun­draise to cater funds to purchase their own sporting uniforms which are very encourag­ing to see,” she added.

Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

Feedback: grace.narayan@fijisun.com.fj

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