Marist Brothers High School has won the boys division title while Adi Cakobau School has taken out the girls division.
Marist ended the 2023 Cola-Cola Games with 13 gold, 6 silver and 7 bronze.
They have won the boys division title after 7 years.
Ratu Kadavulevu School finished in second place with 9 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze.
Suva Grammar School is in third place with 7 gold, 7 silver and 6 bronze.
Queen Victoria School is in fourth place with 3 gold, 7 silver and 3 bronze.
Adi Cakobau School finished the girls division with 10 gold, 7 silver and 6 bronze.
Suva Grammar School is in second place with 8 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze.
MGM High School who won the junior and senior grades finished in third place with 7 gold, 8 silver and 5 bronze.
Naitasiri Secondary School is in fourth place with 4 gold, 1 silver and 3 bronze.
Following the win, Marist coach and former student of the school, Antonio Raboiliku says a lot had to be done after Marist only won 2 gold medals last year.
Raboiliku says it was his first year as coach for Marist and competition is really tough in the boys division.
He says for him, this is his divine calling to assist and teach students that nothing comes easy in life.
Raboiliku also gave credit to Marist Principal, Asish Dayal.
He says Dayal has been there from day 1 and so many things were said about him and his decision to let go of all the old coaches and bring in the new coaches.
Raboiliku says at the end of the day, they are all part of the Marist family, and wherever they go they aim to produce the results.
ACS coach, Makelesi Bulikiobo-Batimala says their victory today was not an easy one.
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The senior boys 4x400 metres relay team of Natabua High School beat all odds to win gold in the final event of the 2023 Coca-Cola Games.
Suva Grammar School settled for silver while Ratu Kadavulevu School won the bronze.
In a close senior girls final, Grammar won gold, Jasper got silver while MGM won the bronze.
In the intermediate boys 4x400 metres final, RKS snatched the gold medal, Natabua won silver while Grammar settled for the bronze.
In a nail biting decider in the intermediate girls division, Frances Tuva and her team got gold for ACS, Bucalevu Secondary School won silver and MGM High again won the bronze.
In the junior boys division, Marist won gold, Grammar won the silver medal while Holy Cross won bronze.
Vunisea Secondary School won their first gold in the junior girls grade, Grammar won silver while Jasper got silver.
In the boys sub junior 4x400 metres relay final, RKS won gold, Marist won silver and Grammar won bronze while in the girls division, Grammar won gold, Naitasiri Secondary School won silver while ACS settled for bronze.
Marist Brothers High School won the senior boys 4x100 metres final after a commanding performance to finish first ahead of Queen Victoria School which won silver and RKS who settled for bronze.
Kesaia Boletakanakadavu capped off her last Coca-Cola Games by helping the MGM High senior girls’ quartet scoop gold with ACS finishing in second place to win silver while Suva Grammar settled for bronze in the senior girls division.
In the intermediate boys division, Marist proved too strong to finish first, RKS came in second to win silver while QVS settled for bronze.
Suva Grammar School won the intermediate girls division after Claudy David snatched gold for the Grammar quartet in the last 20 metres of the race as they finished ahead of MGM High who won silver while Natabua High won bronze.
Suva Grammar also made a statement in the junior boys division finishing in first place ahead of QVS who won silver with Natabua High finishing third.
In the junior girls division, MGM High School made a strong finish with their anchor runner to bag gold with ACS and Natabua High School finishing second and third respectively.
Marist scooped gold in the sub-junior boys division, Suva Grammar won silver while RKS finished third to win bronze.
MGM High School took out gold in the sub-junior girls division while Suva Grammar finished second to win silver and ACS settling for bronze.
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