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Tuilovoni crowned new champs

Rashneel Kumar
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

TUILOVONI was crowned the new champions of the John Wesley College inter-house on Monday at the ANZ Stadium in Suva.

The red house finished ahead of Sotutu and Bole, which finished second and third, respectively.

Last year's winner Ratabacaca finished on the fourth spot.

Event co-ordinator Saimoni Turagavou was pleased with the performance of the athletes.

He said the school was only known for producing rugby union and league players.

"But we are trying to expose our students to athletics as well. We believe we have potential and we want to help bring that out in the public," Turagavou said.

"We aim to send more athletes to the Coca-Cola Games this year and win more medals."

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