Niue Primary School’s sports day a successful celebration of cultural sports.

The annual sports day for the schools is one of the highlights on the school calendar. Yesterday Niue Primary School hosted their successful Cultural Sports Day where parents and invited guests all gathered at Paliati grounds.

The day was all about maintain cultural sports through the promotion of traditional values. The schools four sports teams named after fish species of Hahave, Malau, Paeko and Tufu danced and entertained their way with the traditional meke in the march past routine, with Tufu winning the march past.

One of the highlights of the day would have to be the winning ta tika champion in Year 3 student Tuputoga Motufoou wining against students three years older than him.

Congratulations to the Principal, Acting principal, staff and students for yet another successful cultural sports day. Here are the results from the day;

Champions by Year level

Year 1 Boy : Poe Litaio
Year 1 Girl: Eliora Karikaritu

Year2 Boy: Bevan Smith
Year 2 Girl: D’Starlyn Tomailuga

Y3 Boy: Tuputoga Motufoou
Y3 Girl: Foini Hekau

Y4 Boy: Samson Nelisi
Y4 Girl: Lihena-Ili Hekau

Y5 Boy: Jeffery Handuman
Y5 Girl: Gwenyth Palemia Puletama

Y6 Boy: Alesana Pihigia
Y6 Girl: Zoey Togiavalu

2021 Olo Fua Niu Champion: Taina Pulini
2021 Tika Champion: Tuputoga Motufoou (year 3 student)

Meke House Champion: Tufu

2021 Champion House
1st : Malau
2nd : Paeko
3rd: Tufu
4th: Hahave

Some of the students, understandably missed school today, resting from all the activities yesterday.

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