UncategorisedAl Maarifa tops Mini Olympics girls football championship

September 11, 20191

Al Maarifa had a winning start to their campaigns in the Third School Mini Olympics yesterday (Monday).
In the girls football championship, which got underway at Riffa Club grounds in Hunainiya, Al Maarifa School scored a resounding victories over the AMA (5-0) and Al Noor International School (3-0).
Other matches in this seven-team single round robin competition saw Al Noor ease past the Indian School 7-0, Al Hekma and New Millennium drew goalless, while the Indian School and New Millennium scored identical 1-0 victories over AMA and Omayma.
The second day of the Mini Olympics also featured three more sports competitions – volleyball, 3-on-3 basketball and table tennis.
In the secondary stage boys volleyball championship, Muharraq and Al Jabriya will clash tomorrow in the final after respective wins over the Indian Club 2-0 (25-12, 25-16) and Al Noor 2-0 (25-15, 25-12) at the Bahrain Volleyball Association courts in Riffa.
In the 3-on-3 basketball, the secondary girls championship got underway with New Millennium ‘1’ winning their both matches against Khawla (8-3) and the Indian School ‘2’ (3-0) to top group ‘B’.
Al Noor International School is dominating Group ‘C’ beating New Millennium ‘2’ (10-0) and Al Hidd ‘1’ (5-3).
In the boys secondary stage, AMA ‘2’ recorded two wins over Al Wisam ‘3’ (8-3) and New Millennium ‘1’ (12-9) in Group ‘A’.
Al Wisam ‘2’ continued to lead Group ‘B’ thanks to victories over Indian School ‘2’ (3-2) and Al Noor (7-3), while Group ‘C’ is being toppled by AMA ‘3’ after respective wins over Al Wisam ‘1’ (17-3) and Indian School ‘4’ (12-4).
The preliminary round of the table tennis championships were staged yesterday, with the finals scheduled to take place today.
The Mini Olympics action continues today with the group stage matches in the secondary boys and girls basketball championships as well as the girls football and boys intermediate table tennis and the secondary boys and girls volleyball semi-finals.
More than 3,000 students, representing 16 government and 18 private schools, are competing in the third edition of the Mini Olympics. The event is being organized by the Bahrain Olympic Committee (BOC) in cooperation with the Ministry of Education.
A record nine sports events are taking place this year, including three team sports – football, basketball and volleyball. The remaining sports are athletics, aquathlon, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo and athletics for disabilities.
Other results:
Secondary stage (Girls): Al Hekma bt Al Noor 2-1 (25-18, 15-25, 15-10)
3-on-3 Basketball:
Secondary stage (Girls): Al Hidd ‘1’ bt New Millennium ‘2’ 4-2; Indian School ‘2’ bt Khawla 1-0; A.R. Kanoo ‘1’ bt Al Noor 9-7; AMA ‘1’ bt A. R. Kanoo ‘1’ 12-9; AMA ‘1’ bt Al Wisam ‘2’ 16-11; Indian School ‘1’ bt New Millennium ‘2’ 7-2; Al Wisam ‘1’ bt Indian School ‘4’ 5-3.
Table Tennis:
Primary Stage Final (Boys): Ranga Vishal (Indian School) vs Fairooz Hasan (New Millennium); Third place: Ahmed Ayman (Al Noor) bt Sivasta Pillutla (Indian Club).
Intermediate Stage Final (Boys): Geo Joseph (Indian School) vs Y. Sry Krishna (New Millennium); Third place: Avinash Rama (Indian School) vs Mohammed Jassim (Al Noor).

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