Ratu Sukuna Memorial School and Namosi Secondary School have successfully defended their titles in the Coca-Cola Suva Zone One at the ANZ Stadium.
In the boys division, Ratu Sukuna Memorial School came first with 11 gold, 9 silver and 2 bronze while Dudley High School settled for second place with 8 gold, 7 silver and 3 bronze.
Nasinu Secondary School finished in third place with 7 gold, 6 silver and 3 bronze.
In the Girls Division, Namosi Secondary School won 16 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze while Nasinu Secondary School settled for second place with 6 gold, 3 silver and 1 bronze.
Dudley High School finished in third place with 5 gold and 5 bronze.
Epeli Vakaloloma of Basden College won the Best Male Athlete award after securing 2 gold medals in short-put events.
Veronika Mateo of Mahatma Gandhi Memorial School scooped the Best Female Athlete award after winning 2 gold medals.
Josua Daudravuni of RSMS has successfully defended the blue-ribbon title.
He ran a manual time of 11.23 seconds in the Senior Boys 100 metres final.
Filomena Nasilivata of Dudley High School has won the Senior Girls 100 metres final.
She ran a manual time of 13.49 seconds.
Meanwhile, MGM’s Nirav Kumar who won two gold medals says he always knew he was going to win.
The year 9 student won the sub-junior boys 400 metres and 800 metres finals this afternoon.
Kumar says he was confident coming into the event and will not settle for anything less than gold at the Coco Cola Games.
He says he only thought about his parents during the events who have sacrificed a lot and always believed in him.
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