Cargill wins both divisions
15 March, 2023, 10:03 am
ATHLETES of Dudley High School were persistent in winning medals for their various houses last week at the HFC Bank Stadium in Suva.
The stadium was filled with students, parents and guardians as they cheered on their various houses. The scorching sun didn’t dampen any spirit, as students showed their athleticism during the two day competition.
Cargill ruled the inter-house competition this year, winning both the girls and boys division. Cargill secured 39 medals in the boys division and 32 medals in the girls division to be crown winners of the inter-house meet.
Cross took second place in the girls division with 30 medals while Hunt followed with 28 medals and Baker in fourth place with 19 medals.
In the boys division, Hunt came in second place with 36 medals while Cross came in third place with 31 medals and Baker at fourth place with 20 medals.
The medal tally showed how hard each team worked to secure spots in the upcoming Suva Zone 1 meet next month.
Now athletes will work towards earning medals in the zone competition. The school will compete against schools like Nasinu Secondary School, Ratu Sukuna Memorial School, International Secondary School, Namosi Secondary School, Ballantine Memorial School, Mahatma Gandhi Memorial School, Latter Day Saints College and 12 others.