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ACS confirms participation in Coca-Cola Tailevu Zone today and tomorrow

ACS confirms participation in Coca-Cola Tailevu Zone today and tomorrow

By Navitalai Naivalurua , Lena Reece
Thursday 23/06/2022
ACS athletes during the 2018 Coca-cola games

Defending Coca-Cola Games girls champions, Adi Cakobau School will be taking part in the Coca-Cola Tailevu Zone today.

Head Coach Antonio Raboiliku confirmed this to Fijivillage this morning and explains that when the officials from the Triple N Zone initially said there would be no meet, they approached the Tailevu Zone officials and were given the green light to participate.

He says it would have been unfair to pull out of the Tailevu Zone at the last minute adding that ACS will still defend their title when the Triple N Zone is held on the 2nd of August.

7 schools will battle for top honours in the Tailevu Zone at the ANZ Stadium today.

They are Ratu Kadavulevu School, Queen Victoria School, Tailevu North College, Wainibuka Secondary School, Dawasamu Secondary School, Saint Vincent College and Naiyala High School.

RKS and Tailevu North College are the defending champions in the boys and girls divisions respectively.

RKS have successfully defended their title since 2016 under the guidance of their current head coach and former national sprinter Moape Vu.

The Tailevu Zone will start at 12pm today.

Stay with us for all the action from the Tailevu Zone. You can also follow our coverage on our website, fijivillage.

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