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Champions ... St John's College athletes celebrate their win at the Coca-Cola Ovalau Zone at Nasau Park in Levuka yesterday. Picture:SUPPLIED

Champions ... St John's College athletes celebrate their win at the Coca-Cola Ovalau Zone at Nasau Park in Levuka yesterday. Picture:SUPPLIED

DEFENDING champion St John’s College, Cawaci, won the Coca-Cola Ovalau Zone held at the Nasau Park in Ovalau, Levuka yesterday.

The side won 29 gold, 22 silver and 19 bronze medals in the boys division while in the girls division the school won 20 gold, 17 silver and 15 bronze medals.

Meet manager Arieta Mataitonga said no records were broken in the two-day competition.

“The competition has been improving as Delana Methodist School and Levuka Public School are showing good performance with St John’s College Cawaci,” she said.

“It has been a continuous trend for St John’s College to win the title over a number of years in the competition.”

Mataitonga said the focus had now been shifted to the 2018 Coca-Cola Games which will be held at the ANZ Stadium in Suva next month.

“The three schools are looking forward to the competition. We had a student from LPS who equalled the record which was set in 1980 in the Coca-Cola Games in junior girls long jump last year,” she said.

No records were broken.

Boys:

St John’s College- 29 gold, 22 silver, 19 bronze medals

Delana Methodist- 15 gold, 13 silver, 18 bronze medals

Levuka Public School- 7 gold, 16 silver, 11 bronze medals

Girls:

St Johns College- 20 gold, 17 silver, 15 bronze medals

Levuka Public School- 19 gold, 19 silver, 17 bronze medals

Delana Methodist- 9 gold, 11 silver, 10 bronze medals

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