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Champs on track to defend title

By RASHNEEL KUMAR
Friday, April 25, 2014

Update: 3:14PM DEFENDING girls' champion Jasper Williams is on track to defend their title after leading the unoffical medal count at lunch.

The Lautoka school has so far scooped one gold and one silver medal, while Xavier College, St Joseph's Secondary and Bucalevu Secondary schools are second with one gold medal each.

Suva Grammar School leads in the boys' division with two gold medals.

Queen Victoria School is second with one gold and two silver while Natabua High School is third with one gold and one silver.

Defending champions Marist Brothers High School has managed one silver and two bronze medals so far.

This is the unofficial medal tally as of 1pm.








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