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Records broken

Losalini Vuki
Thursday, March 06, 2014

THREE records fell during the Lelean Memorial School inter-house competition at the ANZ Stadium on Tuesday.

Alipate Gonerogo of the victorious Mateinaniu House set a new record in the senior boys long jump event, breaking his own record of 5.95 metres to set a new one of 6.20m.

In other highlight of the day, Filimoni set a new record in the senior boys javelin with a throw of 52.29m.

The old record was 51.7m.

Sakiusa also managed to set a new record in the intermediate boys high jump event with a 1.69m jump.

Meanwhile, Mateinaniu House (Red) won the day-long event with 25 gold, 27 silver and 18 bronze medals.


1st: Mateinaniu (Red): 25 gold 27 silver and 18 bronze

2nd: Varani (Yellow): 24 gold 17 silver and 22 bronze

3rd: Bulu (Blue): 18 gold 24 silver 12 bronze

4th: Naucukidi (Green): 16 gold 13 silver 19 bronze

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