Namosi extends lead in Suva Zone 1 medal tally
March 16, 2021 4:26 pm
Vitalina Radidinisiwa [left] with Roela Kaloumaira. Iowane Viani, Christopher Tikolutu and William Esava
Namosi Secondary School has extended its lead on both the girls and boys Suva Zone 1 medal tally.
This follows the conclusion of the 3000 meters open events at the ANZ Stadium in Suva this afternoon.
Namosi won the gold medals in both events.
Roela Kaloumaira finished first in the girls event with a time of 12:22:16 seconds.
Ateca Rotabua of Ballantine Memorial School was second and Vitalina Radidinisiwa of Namosi Secondary came in third.
It was a clean sweep in the boys division for Namosi with Iowane Viani coming in first, Christopher Tikolutu in second place and William Esava was third.
Viani clocked 10:34:03 seconds and plans to go a step further in the Coca Cola Games.
NSS is leading the girls division with 4 gold, 3 silver and 3 bronze.
In the boys division, Namosi is at the top with 3 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze.
You can catch live coverage of the Suva Zone 1 tomorrow on FBC Sports on the Walesi platform.