SPORTS

In God We Trust, RKS Athletes Told

“I believe that RKS this year has a wealth of talents in different events.”
19 Feb 2021 13:58
In God We Trust, RKS Athletes Told
Intermediate boys javelin thrower Vilimoni Susunikoro set a new record on February 18, 2021.

Defending Coca-Cola Games boys division champion Ratu Kadavulevu School are analysing their interhouse results to map their defence strategy.

RKS principal, Naisa Cama Toko reminded the students on the importance of putting their best performance during the two-day interhouse, which started yesterday.

“The results of the interhouse will set the platform for the school’s build-up to the zone meet and the Coke Games,” Toko said.

“I believe that RKS this year has a wealth of talents in different events.”

He said their campaign would be based on their faith in God and in keeping to his commandments.

Toko indicated that it will bring positive attitude, ability to make sacrifices and humility.

“This will enable us to conquer the mountains ahead and return home from the zone meet and Coca-Cola Games victorious.”

Toko urged the 500 athletes to give their best, be good sportsman and play by the rules of the competition.

The competition continues today.

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