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Ratu Kadavulevu School, Tailevu North Claim Zone Title

RKS won a total of 42 gold, 36 silver and 20 bronze medals; Queen Victo­ria School finished in second place with 4 gold, 12 silver and 18 bronze medals and Naiyala High School finished third with two gold and one silver.
29 Mar 2019 10:00
Ratu Kadavulevu School, Tailevu North Claim Zone Title

Ratu Kadavulevu School suc­cessfully defended the boys division in the Tailevu Zone competition at the ANZ Stadium, Suva yesterday.

Kolinio Radrudru of RKS won the blue ribbon with a manual time of 10.95 seconds, while Naiyala High School’s Mereseini Tinailewadina won the senior girls 100m with a time of 13.86 seconds.

BOYS DIVISION

RKS won a total of 42 gold, 36 silver and 20 bronze medals; Queen Victo­ria School finished in second place with 4 gold, 12 silver and 18 bronze medals and Naiyala High School finished third with two gold and one silver.

GIRLS DIVISION

Tailevu North High School won the girls division with 24 gold, 14 silver and 10 bronze medals; Naiyala High School were second with 12 gold, 10 silver and four bronze medals while St Vincent College finished third with six gold, six silver and four bronze medals.

Tailevu North walked away with the sub junior girls, junior girls and intermediate grade title while Nai­yala High School walked home with a senior division title.

RKS scored a clean sweep all titles in the sub-junior, junior, intermedi­ate and senior boys division.

RKS Assistant Principal Walesi Soqoiwasa said : “We finished on a platform that we wanted for the Co­ca-Cola Games.

“We have gone through two phases and now we are left with the last one which is the Fiji finals.”

Soqoiwasa believes it will not be an easy journey to defend their title this year.

“There are schools out there that will be coming strong, like Marist Brothers High School, Suva Gram­mar School and Natabua.

“We respect them all but we will prepare well to defend our title,” So­qoiwasa said.

Tailevu North manager Kelerayani Smith said: “ After we lost last year we have brought in experts to help us with our preparation and we gave our best.

“The girls were committed and they deserve the win.”

-Edited by Sheldon Chanel

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