RATU Sukuna Memorial School (RSMS) is hoping to win more medals at this year's Coca-Cola Games which will be held in May.
After only a bronze medal win from the boy's 1500 metres event last year, the school is keen to emulate the feat they were known for at the annual secondary schools meet more than a decade ago.
And to achieve that goal, the school hosted a fully fledged inter-house competition in Nabua after a lapse of several years yesterday.
Meet manageress Josivini Nabanivalu said they hosted 104 events altogether.
She said new principal Filimoni Vatuvoka who joined RSMS from Queen Victoria School this year had been leading the way.
"The principal wanted us to organise a proper meet this year to help us select the best athletes for the zone and Coca Cola Games," Nabanivalu said.
"So this is a new beginning for us. All times set here today (yesterday) will be used for future references."
Four teams Seatura (Yellow), Uluiqalau (Blue), Nakauvadra (Green) and Korobasaga (Red) competed in the day-long event.
Defending champions Uluiqalau reigned supreme after winning the boys and girls division.
Kalivati Sasala is the school's blue ribbon hope at the Coca Cola Games after he clocked 11.63seconds in the 100 metres dash yesterday.
Anaseini Ravuninadi is the leading contender in the girls division from the school after she clocked 14.04s.