Naitasiri Secondary & Lomaivuna win gold in 3,000 metres at Tripe N Zone

Naitasiri Secondary & Lomaivuna win gold in 3,000 metres at Tripe N Zone

By Simione Tuvuki
Thursday 11/03/2021

Vilimaina Naituku of Naitasiri Secondary School won gold in the girl’s 3,000 metres open in the Triple N Zone at the ANZ Stadium this afternoon.

Nanise Vakacegu of Adi Cakobau School settled for silver while Paulini Latileta of Sila Central High School finished third.

In the boy’s division, Nacanieli Mohan of Lomaivuna High School won gold, Jemesa Niukula of Wainimala Secondary School settled for silver while Alifereti Kuli of Waidina Secondary School finished third.

The Triple N Zone continues at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning at the ANZ Stadium.



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