Good turnout at National Games for Special and Inclusive Schools
October 15, 2015 4:20 am
Over 700 students competed in the first day of the National Games for the Special and Inclusive Schools at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.
The students came from 22 schools from around the country and they braved the wet and cold conditions to blitz the tracks.
Meet manager, Eroni Misikivosa says they have been impressed with the turnout this year.
“We have 22 schools with the inclusion of six inclusive schools; there are schools from the northern division including Ovalau and also the Western division.”
Misikivosa adds this years turnout of athletes is the biggest yet in the history of the competition.
The games will end tomorrow.