Caption: Natabua High School senior boys 4x100m relay team members Totivi Ralulu, left, with Jesse Vosawale, Leone Natusa and Penaia Vunisa. Natabua High School won gold in the event. Photo: Fiji Times.
By JOSEPHINE NAVULA
Natabua High School and Jasper Williams High School are the schools to look out for during the 2013 Coca Cola Games next month, says Divisional Education Officer West, Lorima Voravora.
Natabua won the boys division securing a haul of 34 medals with 21 gold, nine silver and four bronze. Jasper Williams High School won the girls division collecting a total of 39 medals with 21 gold, 13 silver and five bronze.
Voravora said these two schools have continued to show improvements during the trials, and the zone meet that was held before other secondary schools zones in the country.
“Athletes from Natabua High School and Jasper Williams are the only ones that have been able to achieve photo finish, and have continued to improve on their performances.”
“The other secondary school’s zone competition was held in week eleven, while the Lautoka Zone competition was in week eight. There is enough time to prepare our athletes for the main competition,” he said.
The third time trials were held last week Saturday at the Natabua High School Grounds, and were hosted under the supervision of the teachers, coaches, managers and education officers.
The fourth time trial will be held at the same venue, this Saturday.