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Damanu dethrones Yaka

Upashnil Devi
Friday, March 07, 2014

DAMANU House of Dilkusha Methodist High School has won this year's inter-house at the ANZ Stadium, dethroning defending champions Yaka.

Kinivuwai Qumivutia of Dakua House took the title for best male athlete in the senior division while Vika Matalulu of Yaka House took the best female athlete award.

According to assistant principal Ledua Akapusi, the inter-house was enjoyable, with the main idea being to improve for the upcoming Coke Games.

"We really enjoyed this year's inter-house and we hope to perform well in the competition and improve on it," Mr Akapusi said.

Points table

Damanu 1st: 26 golds 23 silver 26 bronze

Yaka 2nd: 22 gold 29 silver 14 bronze

Dakua 3rd: 17 gold 16 silver 18 bronze

Vesi 4th: 15 golds 15 silver 16 bronze








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