RKS and Tailevu North College retain Coca-Cola Tailevu Zone titles

RKS and Tailevu North College retain Coca-Cola Tailevu Zone titles

By Simione Tuvuki
Friday 19/03/2021
Ratu Kadavulevu School and Tailevu North College have retained their titles in the Coca-Cola Tailevu Zone.

Ratu Kadavulevu School and Tailevu North College have retained their titles in the Coca-Cola Tailevu Zone at the ANZ Stadium.

In the boy’s division, RKS finished in first place with 30 gold, 20 silver and 19 bronze while Queen Victoria School settled for second place with 18 gold, 28 silver and 19 bronze.

Tailevu North College finished in third place with 2 gold, 1 silver and 6 bronze.

In the girl's division, Tailevu North College won 30 gold, 18 silver and 13 bronze while Wainibuka Secondary School settled for second place with 8 gold, 7 silver and 10 bronze.

Saint Vincent College finished in third place with 6 gold, 11 silver and 12 bronze.

RKS sprinter, Nacanieli Rasoqosoqo was given the Viti FM Best Male Athlete Award.

He won gold in the Senior Boys 100 metres, 200 metres and 4 x 100 metres.

Tailevu North College track queen, Loraini Vunakece is the Viti FM Best Female Athlete.

She won gold in the Senior Girls 1,500 metres, 4 x 400 metres and 3,000 metres.

Makelesi Raiyawa of Saint Vincent College won the Senior Girls 100 metres final.

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