Futsal tournament held at primary school

2017-11-15 06:00
PHOTO: SuppliedThe Woodlands Primary School team captain, Dylin David (front, left) receives the Nu-Print Futsal Floating Trophy from SAIFA president, Poobie Govindasamy.

PHOTO: SuppliedThe Woodlands Primary School team captain, Dylin David (front, left) receives the Nu-Print Futsal Floating Trophy from SAIFA president, Poobie Govindasamy.

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RAMATHA Road Primary School hosted their annual Futsal tournament on Saturday, October 28.

This event was sponsored by Victor Pillay of Nu-Print, and showcases the talent of 80 under 13 boys from eight schools.

The aim of the tournament was to enhance unity and interaction between communities. It also afforded pupils the opportunity to participate against each other.

The event was cemented by sportsmanship and camaraderie. The winning team, Woodlands Primary School, received medals and the Nu-Print Futsal Floating Trophy. The tournament was well supported by SAIFA and CUWASSA­ officials.

Thanks and appreciation goes out to Pillay and role players for making this a successful event. - Supplied.

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