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Bad weather fails to stop Suva Grammar training

Rashneel Kumar
Sunday, March 02, 2014

THE cancellation of the Suva Grammar School inter-house competition on Friday because of the adverse weather in the Central Division has not deterred the school from preparing for the Coca-Cola Games.

Yesterday some athletes were seen training along Vuya Road in Veiuto under the watchful eyes of coach Jone Delai.

Delai, the former Pacific sprint king, said they would now had to hold preliminary competitions to select athletes for the zonal meet.

Suva Grammar is part of Suva Zone Two, which also has schools like Marist Brothers High School, Gospel High and Lomary Secondary School.

The Suva Zone Two will be held late next month.

Delai and Suva Grammar hope to dethrone Marist Brothers High School which has won the boys' titles for the past two years.

Jasper Williams High School of Lautoka won the girls division last year.

The 2014 Coca-Cola Games will be held on April 24 and 25 at the ANZ Stadium in Laucala Bay.








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