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RKS, Tailevu North win Tailevu zone

March 28, 2019 6:54 pm

Ratu Kadavulevu School and Tailevu North College have won the Tailevu zone at Suva’s ANZ Stadium this afternoon.

RKS defended the boy’s title bagging 42 gold, 36 silver and 20 bronze, followed by Queen Victoria School with four gold, 12 silver and 18 bronze while Naiyala Secondary School finished third with two gold and one silver medal.

Tailevu North snatched the girl’s title from Dawasamu High School winning 24 gold, 14 silver and 10 bronze medals.

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Naiyala High School finished second with 12 gold, 10 silver and four bronze while Saint Vincent College came third bagging six gold, six silver and nine bronze medals.

RKS Vice President Walesi Soqoiwasa says their athletes showcased classic performances at the meet.
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“We have a group of teachers who have been working with our athletes and they’ve been training for the last 4-5 weeks and preparing to defend the Tailevu zone title and I believe they are doing well.”

Lodoni Sprinter Kolinio Radrudru won the boy’s Blue Ribbon event clocking 10.95 seconds while his other two fellow sprinters Joeli Bolakoro and Josaia Bosoko settled for silver and bronze running a time of 11.24 seconds.

Radrudru beat his time in the heats where he clocked 10.98 seconds.

In the Girl’s blue ribbon event, Naiyala high school’s Mereseini Tinailewadina scooped Gold clocking 13.86 seconds.

Savaira Rayatu of Saint Vincent College finished second with 14.36 seconds, while Sulueti Tavarusi won Bronze for Naiyala High School clocking 14.52 seconds.

Meanwhile, RKS dominated the 100 metres finals in all other grades.

Viliame Ravu finished first in the Intermediate Boys 100 metres final with a manual time of 11.54 seconds.

Mesulame Tugau bagged gold in the Junior Boys 100 metres with a manual time of 11.80s, while Inia Turagabale won the Sub-Junior Boys 100 metres final with a manual time of 11.96 seconds.

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