Cuvu College, Sigatoka Methodist rule zone

Cuvu College cheering team entertains the crowd. Picture: REINAL CHAND

Cuvu College cheering team entertains the crowd. Picture: REINAL CHAND

CUVU College and Sigatoka Methodist High School were respectively crowned the boys and girls winners of the Nadroga-Navosa Zone Coca-Cola Games at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka yesterday.

Cuvu College won 23 gold medals ahead of Sigatoka Methodist and Sigatoka Andhra Sangam College.

Sigatoka Methodist successfully defended the girls title.

Thirteen (13) records were broken yesterday.

Nadroga-Navosa Zone manager Arvind Narayan said the overall medal tally was spread across the participating schools.

He said 23 records were set during the two days.

“Cuvu College has made a comeback this year,” Narayan said.

Meanwhile, Penijamini Nasorowale of Sigatoka Methodist High School won the best male athlete award while Meresalala Tuicakau of Nasikawa Vision College won the best female award.

Day 2 records: Intermediate boys shot put: Epeli Baranaqe (Sigatoka Andhra) 14.10m; Senior boys triple jump: Penijamini Nasorowale (Sigatoka Andhra) 12.85m; Junior girls long jump: Losalini Vadua (Nadroga Arya) 4.72m; Intermediate girls javelin: Asivina Laite (Saint Theresa) 36.16m; Junior boys discus: Rasekaia Bosenalagi (Sigatoka Andhra) 28.58m; Junior girls 4x100m relay: Sigatoka Methodist 53.96s; Intermediate girls 4x100m relay: Sigatoka Methodist 54.29s; Junior boys 4x100m relay: Cuvu College 51.91s; Junior boys 4x100m relay: Sigatoka Methodist 46.68s; Inter boys 4x100m relay: Cuvu College 45.68s; senior boys 4x100m relay: Sigatoka Methodist 46.44s; Sub junior boys discus: Nakiyoyo Rupeni (Cuvu College) 26.08m; Junior girls javelin: Lowata Talilevu (Nadro Andhra) 33.23m.

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