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Students and teacher of Zone A praise the Athletic competition

Tuesday morning was a sunny day for Zone A schools athletic competition between nine local college in Samoa, despite the hot heat the competition was enjoyable by the principal, teachers, parents and students also athletes

Lennx Siaosi, 15year old from Avele college told Samoa Observer today is different from all other schools day because we are not in class, but they outside doing other schools active and being here at the competition is great feeling for him.

 "I am happy to be here and it's not only inside class that students are good at, but also sports as well,” 

A student athletes from Vaimauga College Eyring Samoa, 15 year- old  said he was so happy and proud to take part in the 200meters race which he come first place.

“I am happy that I won first place in senior boys heat 2 and making our college proud also teacher and principal,” he said

He added he is enjoying the Zone A competition because they got to meet other students from other colleges and competing against each other.

Pelesala Tongafai who is a teacher of Lepa & Lotofaga College said  the schools competition are going great and the performance from students are good, but to him his school Lepa & Lotofaga college only have half a week to train. 

“ Students are doing well, but lack of fitness,” he said.

 Bright Duah, 18, from Vaimauga College  said he is proud and happy about the Zone A competition and  he will continue further with is talent of becoming as an athletes.



Junior Aumua 15year- old from Avele College said being here at the Zone A competition his happy that all the colleges of Samoa from the Zone A are here and competing with them also  he is competing in the junior division for the 800meter race. 

“I feel happy that all Samoa colleges are here to show their athletic talents and showing it to the world,” 

He added that he is going to represent his college and making that it will come first place. 



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