Sports News Fri, 28 Jul 2017

Kanda schools end term with 'Get Into Rugby' competition

The “Get Into Rugby” (GIR) Development Officers at Kanda Estate Cluster of Schools have organised break touch rugby games for four schools.

The schools were Kanda Estate '1' Basic, Islamic Training Institute, Al-Waleed Comprehensive Islamic Basic School and Al-Waleed Comprehensive Islamic Basic School.

Kanda Estate '1' Basic emerged winners of the girl’s competition. Islamic Training Institute placing 2nd while Al-Waleed Comprehensive Islamic Basic School and Kanda Estate 3&5 JHS placed 3rd and 4th respectively.

Kanda Estate '1' Basic again won the boy’s competition while Al-waleed Comprehensive Islamic Basic School came second.

Kanda 3&5 JHS and Islamic Training Institute placed 3rd and 4th respectively.

Emmanuel Kalos and Francis Donkor were the referees of the day.

The GIR Development Officers present included Ms Rafatau Inusah, Ms Kadija Adams, Ms Anita Atieku and Francis Donkor. Coach of the senior national team, the Ghana Eagles, was also present.

Ms Rafatu advised students to take academics seriously and also come out to train when it's time for rugby training session.

She also advised them to uphold the values of rugby; respect, discipline, integrity, solidarity and teamwork even in their communities, schools and anywhere they find themselves.

She expressed excitement to see improvements from both boys and girls and therefore urged them to keep on training hard because their future is bright with Rugby.
Source: MIMS Ghana