Natabua High and Jasper Williams dominate Lautoka Zone and retain their boys and girls titles

Natabua High and Jasper Williams dominate Lautoka Zone and retain their boys and girls titles

By Antonio Rahiman , Naveel Krishant
Saturday 07/03/2020

Natabua High School and Jasper Williams High School have won the Lautoka Zone after dominating the boys and girls division respectively.

Natabua won the boys division with 32 gold, 17 silver and 8 bronze.

Tilak High School came in second place with 5 gold, 8 silver and 4 bronze while Saint Thomas High School was in third place with 3 gold , 8 silver and 10 bronze.

In the girls division Jasper Williams High School retained their title with 33 gold, 10 silver and 9 bronze.

Natabua was in second place with 8 gold, 10 silver and 6 bronze while Saint Thomas High School was in third place with 4 gold, 10 silver and 7 bronze.

Natabua’s Nemani Muderilagi - Best Male Athlete

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Jasper's Vika Bavui - Best Female Athlete

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Natabua’s Nemani Muderilagi was the Best Male Athlete while Jasper’s Vika Bavui was the Best Female Athlete.

They had won the senior boys and girls 100 and 200 metres race.

Jasper Williams High School - Sub Junior Girls Winner

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Natabua High School - Sub Junior Boys Winner

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Jasper Williams High School - Junior Girls Winner

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Natabua High School - Junior Boys Winner

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Jasper Williams High School - Intermediate Girls Winner

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Natabua High School - Intermediate Boys Winner

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Jasper Williams High School - Senior Girls Winner

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Natabua High School - Senior Boys Winner

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Jasper Williams High School - Overall Girls Winner

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Natabua High School - Overall Boys Winner

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