Five-a-side fame

2016-04-27 06:00
Photo: Tania Sandberg The McDonalds team prepare for the Arbour Crossing and Totisport soccer tournament on Sunday.

Photo: Tania Sandberg The McDonalds team prepare for the Arbour Crossing and Totisport soccer tournament on Sunday.

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ARBOUR Crossing and Totisport recently held their second annual five-a-side soccer tournament.

“Based on the success of last year, we decided to do it again. It’s our way of giving back to the community by providing a social game that is interactive and entertaining,” marketing manager Anusha Timul said.

The event took place at Arbour­ Crossing Retail Centre between KFC and Muscle and Fitness in the car park and the soccer players played in the indoor court on Astro turf.

On Thursday, primary schools competed in the U14 tournament, followed by the high school U19 tournament on Friday.
On Saturday, corporate participants joined the fun and Arbour Crossing tenants teams participated on Sunday.

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