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ACS, Lelean top zone

Losalini Vuki
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

THE Bible verse "In God nothing is impossible" is what Adi Cakobau School sprint champion Elenoa Sailosi will bank on in this year's Coca-Cola Games.

A stunning performance in yesterday's Triple N Zone gave the Kadavu lass another notch in her preparations.

"I have three more weeks to train and recover so by the time for Cokes I'll be ready," she said.

"My aim this year is to break records in the 100metres and 200metres and especially 4x100metres and to bring back gold for my school.

"I won't underestimate other schools, any other athlete but in the Gospel of Luke it says 'for in God nothing is impossible'."

Sailosi was named best female athlete in the senior girls 200 metres and 4x100metres event yesterday where she also helped her school retain the girls title.

She said her performance was still on average.

Meanwhile, ACS retained the girls title with 35 gold, 16 silver and 10 bronze medals.

Sila Central High School was second with two gold, eight silver and 12 bronze followed by Rewa Secondary School with two gold, one silver and a bronze medal.

In the boys division, Lelean Memorial School toppled zone rivals Sila with 19 gold, 17 silver and 10 bronze medals, Sila was second with nine gold, 10 silver and seven bronze medals.

William Cross College from Makoi was third on five gold, four silver and five bronze medals.

The Suva Zone 1 competition will be held at the ANZ Stadium today.





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