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Triple N battle

Emoni Narawa
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

ORGANISERS of the Triple N Zone meet have urged athletes to do their best to achieve the Coca-Cola Games qualifying times.

Zone president Naveet Sharma said the Naitasiri, Nasinu, Nausori Zone would use the new system which requires athletes to meet the qualifying times to make the national finals.

"We will be using the new method where athletes will have to meet the qualifying times and distance if they want to represent their schools at the Coke games," he said.

"There will be a wild card entry if in any event, athletes fail to meet the qualifying times and distance."

Sharma said the new system would help athletes give their best and produce quality performances at the Coke Games.

"This system is good because we will see quality performance at the Cokes and not quantity. I wish all the athletes a good outing tomorrow (today)."

Adi Cakobau School will defend the girls category while Sila Central High School will be looking to win the boys division for the second year in a row.








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