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Bryce wins

Losalini Vuki
Thursday, March 06, 2014

BRYCE House (Blue) was named the winners of the inter-house competition at Basden College on Tuesday.

With a total of 224 students, acting principal Losalini Salabiau said this year's event was different to last year's.

"This year's inter-house was a little bigger because of the number of students, and time wise we took our time to complete the inter-house," she said.

"And the other thing was the recent weather.

"For the two best athletes, I think they did very well because the best female athlete won seven gold out of the 10 in her grade and the male athlete, he's a junior student with three gold. He won the long jump, discus and javelin."

The college's best female athlete was Amali Tiko and best male athlete was junior student Bonefasio Kastoka.

Salabiau said preparations for this year's zone would be very intense.

"Since we have a short time for the zone, I think we will be inviting people from the sports council to train our athletes."

The school will compete in their Suva Zone 1 meet later this month.


1st: Bryce (Blue): 32 golds 21 silver 2 bronze

2nd: Holland (Red): 25 golds 21 silver 18 bronze

3rd: Vockler (Green): 12 golds 22 silver 12 bronze

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