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Bua Lad Dedicates His Win to His Late Mother

Blue Ribbon winner Kolinio Radrudru of Ratu Kadavulevu School dedicates his win to his late mother. His mother passed away when he was 13.

He also wanted to win for his 3 younger sisters.

The Nawaca Villager in Bua says he is grateful to his father, his team management and all RKS supporters for their support on Day Two of the 2019 Coca Cola Games.

“I felt nervous at first as we made our way to the tracks, it was the cheers from our supporters that boosted my confidence,” Radrudru says.

Blue Ribbon winner Kolinio Radrudru of Ratu Kadavulevu School

“I also dedicate my win today to all RKS ex-scholars, supporters, students and our school and team management for their support towards our school athletes.”

Radrudru won the 100 meters senior boys final with a time of 10.64 seconds.

Picture Caption: Josaia Bosoka (Blue Ribbon Bronze Medalist), left, with Kolinio Radrudru at the ANZ National Stadium this afternoon.

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