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Kaukirewa, Racaca named best athletes at RSMS

Emoni Narawa
Sunday, March 09, 2014

IFEREIMI Kaukirewa and Lavenia Racaca were named best female and male athletes during the Ratu Sukuna Memorial School inter-house held at the school grounds in Nabua on Friday.

Kaukirewa scooped a double in the sprint events but failed to win his third gold medal when he could not help his Nakauvadra House win gold in the senior boys 4x100metres relay.

However, Racaca scooped a triple gold for Nakauvadra.

She won the senior girls 400m, 800m and 4x100m to prove her worth as the best female athlete.

Both athletes could not help their house win the competition.

Nakauvadra settled for second best behind Uluiqalau House with 23 gold, 13 silver and 12 bronze medals.

But it was Uluiqalau House that scooped the overall competition with 30 gold, 23 silver and 25 bronze.

Korobasaga House was third with 14 gold, 23 silver and 18 bronze while Seatura was fourth with 14 gold, 21 silver and 23 bronze medals.

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