Momo Tells Of Win­ning Recipe

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Suva One have de­fended their ti­tle in the boy’s cat­e­gory of the Cen­tral Divi­sion FMF Chow Games at the ANZ Sta­dium, Suva, yes­ter­day. They won a to­tal of 28 medals- 15 gold, 8 sil­ver and 5 bronze. Head coach Vil­iame Momo told SUN­sports that although com­pe­ti­tion was much tougher this year, they have in­stilled in their ath­letes that hard work al­ways pays off.

“First of all, we would like to give our ap­pre­ci­a­tion to the Lord for be­ing the pil­lar and strength of our team as this was all for the chil­dren,” the no-non­sense coach said. “The com­pe­ti­tion is just the same as pre­vi­ous years. It is al­ways tough and keeps get­ting tougher. “But I have told my ath­letes that noth­ing comes easy with­out hard work and sac­ri­fice, it took time and ef­fort for our ath­letes to be here and com­pete. “It is not easy and we kept a low pro­file and didn’t think about what was ex­pected of us, we just fo­cused on what we needed to im­prove on. “These ath­letes have worked so hard and turned up to train­ing ev­ery day. We take our hats off to Veiuto for be­ing dif­fer­ent this year and win­ning the girls divi­sion. “We are hum­ble in our vic­tory and we are just happy that we could pro­duce an­other re­sult this year.” Nas­inu came sec­ond with 6 gold, 12 sil­ver and 10 bronze medals while Tailevu South set­tled for the third spot with 6 gold, 9 sil­ver, and 6 bronze medals. Edited by Leone Cabenatabua

Suva One ath­letes crowned champions of the Chow Games boy’s divi­sion yes­ter­day.

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