POTENTIAL national stars were again unearthed during the Suva Two Zone competition at the ANZ Stadium yesterday.
While many have come and gone, officials said they were pleased with the performance of the new generation.
Top athletics reps like Banuve Tabakaucoro all went through the ranks at the competition.
"We've seen a lot of new talents here especially in the under-9 and under-10 grades," Suva Zone Two president Nasoni Tuinaceva said. "As usual, athletes come and go but we're happy that we can still see some potential future reps at this zone meet."
Young Joe Tabakaucoro, the younger brother of Pacific sprint king Banuve Tabakaucoro proved his worth, winning the U13 100 metres event.
Meanwhile, Veiuto Primary School leads the boys U9 to U11 medal tally with seven gold and four silver medals while former girls champions Saint Agnes leads the division with six gold, two silver and two bronze.
The Suva Zone Two continues on Monday.