24th May 11:57 PM
Tabakaucoro looked uncomfortable after winning 100m heats
By Dhanjay Deo
Thursday 20/04/2017
Joseva Tabakaucoro of Marist.

Top bet Joseva Tabakaucoro of Marist looked uncomfortable after winning the Intermediate Boys 100 metres heat a while ago.

As he crossed the finish line, Tabakaucoro was in discomfort and it looks like that he has suffered an injury.

Tyrone Chambers of Natabua High School looked very good after he comfortably powered away to the finish line in the Intermediate Boys 100 metres heat.

Malasebe Tuvusa of Suva Grammar School also showed great determination after coming first in his Inter Boys 100m heats.

Makerete Naulu of Adi Cakobau School also showed great speed as she finished first in the Intermediate Girls 100m heats forcing Helena Young of St. Joseph’s School to settle at the second position.

Naulu and Young have both qualified for the final.

Alesi Finau of Jasper Williams High School who won gold in the Intermediate 100m event last year has successfully won her Senior Girls 100m heat.

Keyasi Naidroka of Marist Brothers High School has also qualified for the Senior Boys 100m final after winning his heat.

Netani Vakayali of Lelean Memorial School also looks good after coming first in the Senior Boys 100m heats ahead of Tony Lemeki of Marist Brothers High School.

Shane Tuvusa of Natabua High School also came out very strong and won his Senior Boys 100m heats.

Sailosi Tubuilagi of RKS came second and is also through to the final.

Marist now has three finalists in the Blue Ribbon event after Samuela Tamanivalu won the last Senior Boys 100m Heat.

Tamanivalu, Lemeki and Naidroka will run for Marist in the 100m final with the likes of Tuvusa of Natabua, Tubuilagi of RKS and Vakayali of Lelean.

All times recorded today are manual times as there is a problem with the electronic time machine.

The 400 metres heats are currently underway.

The 1500 metres finals will start at about 6pm.

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