Apii Takitumu students are happy to have won the Prince of Wales Primary Schools Athletics Junior Championships. Back L-R: Amani Atera, Dallany Ama-Toa, Josef Urirau. Front L-R: Robati Wichman, Mason Matapo, Tamahahe Tisam, Teata Rima, Tai Noovao-Blake. 22091654
Apii Takitumu students are chuffed to have won the Junior Overall Champion Trophy at the annual Prince of Wales Primary School athletics sports event this week.
won theJunior Girls and Junior Boys titles before being named the
overall winner in the division on Wednesday.
Maui Joseph said she was proud of the students’ efforts.
really well and put a lot of effort into their training with their teachers and
it has really paid off in the results,” Joseph said.
all winners, all the children tried their best and we are happy the juniors
have won the championship trophies.”
the top Junior Boys athlete, won his medals for the relay event and the 50
good winning these medals, it’s good,” Urirau said.
said she was delighted to have won the Junior Girls top athlete award for
winning three medals in the long jump, 50m and 75m events.
sports, and I’m happy to win these (medals) for our school,” she said.
participant Dallany Toa came second in the discus in the intermediate category
and is excited to have received a medal.
CITC Prince of Wales Championships was hosted by Athletics Cook Islands.
like to give a special thanks to Simone Fe’ao, the president of Athletics Cook
Islands, for her great communication and efficiency and to the parents of Apii
Takitum for their support with the food stall.