UncategorisedBudaiya captures football gold

September 11, 20190

?Budaiya School was crowned champion of the primary boys football tournament in the Fourth Mini Olympics.
A 4-0 win over Al Hekma International School saw Budaiya School win the title after a well-contested final, staged at the Bahrain Football Association grounds in Riffa.
Kanoo International followed suit, taking home the intermediate boys stage competition gold medal with a narrow 1-0 victory over Creativity School in yesterday’s other boys final.
In the girls section, Kanoo topped the intermediate stage competition, followed by Al Hekma International School and Hawar School in second and third places, respectively.
The most recent action of the mini Olympics also featured competition in cricket, aquathlon and jiu jitsu. The cricket event was staged at St. Christopher’s School premises in Isa Town with some exciting matches in the boys and girls sections.
Combined School ‘A’ team came on top in the boys intermediate championship, thus securing the gold medal, with the Indian School finishing second and Ibn Al Haitham Islamic School third.
In the girls intermediate division, the Indian School proved too strong to win the competition’s gold medal against St. Christopher’s School and Combined School ‘A’, who settled for second and silver and bronze, respectively.
Aquathlon competition programme, open for boys and girls, started with 300m swim followed by 2,000m run for intermediate stage, while the more challenging secondary stage events featured 400m swim and 3,000m run.
Liam Marshall of British school Bahrain topped the boys intermediate race, the girls intermediate event was won by Bella Rusnton of St. Christopher’s School, while St. Christopher’s George Atman and Kizzy Price raced to victory in the boys and girls secondary stage challenge.
The Bahrain Sports for Disabilities Federation hall in Riffa hosted the jiu jitsu events that were open for boys and girls and each featured 13 weight categories, ranging from under-19kg and reaching up to under-81kg, and included two girls weight sections.
Action at the Mini Olympics continues today, the 12th day of this event, with karting finals. Organized in cooperation with Bahrain Motor Federation and hosted by the Bahrain International Karting Circuit, the deciding karting races will begin from 10.30am with the first qualifying race for girls.
Other results:
Football:
Primary Boys (Semi-finals): 1. Budaiya bt Hawar 3-0; Al Hekma bt Al Naseem 1-0; Third place: Hawar bt Al Naseem 2-1; Final: Budaiya bt Al Hekma 4-0.
Intermediate Boys (Semi-finals): Kanoo bt Al Naseem 1-0; Creativity bt Indian 3-0; Third place: Indian bt Al Naseem 3-2; Final: Kanoo bt Creativity 1-0.
Aquathlon:
Boys Intermediate: 1. Liam Marshall (British School); 2. Adham (British school); 3. Kraish Sharam (New Millennium). Girls Intermediate: 1. Bella Rusnton (St. Chris); 2. Imogen Ruston (St. Chris); 3. Laura Adamson (St. Chris). Boys Secondary: 1. George Atman (St. Chris); 2. Colby (St Chris); 3. Jemie (St. Chris). Girls Secondary: 1. Kizzy Price (St. Chris); 2. Charlottes Pilgrim (St. Chris).
Cricket:
Boys: Final: Combined ‘A’ bt Indian by 16 runs. Third place: Ibn Al Haitham bt Combined ‘B’ by 6 wickets. Semi-finals: Indian bt Ibn Al Haitham by 10 runs. Combined School ‘A’ bt Combined School ‘2’ by 4 wickets. Group Stages: Combined B’ bt New Millennium ’A’. Indian ‘B’ bt St. Chris by 5 wickets; Combined ‘A’ bt Ibn Al Haitham by 6 wickets.
Girls: 1st Final: Indian School bt St. Christopher’s School by 4 wickets. 2nd Final: Indian School bt St. Christopher’s School by 6 wickets.
Jiu Jitsu: (19kg): 1. Hussain Shehab (Ahlia); 2. Haider Abdulla (Enfant); 3. Ali Shehab (Ahlia). 22kg: 1. Ali Mahdi (A’ali); 2. Yousif Al Jalahma (Ibn Khuldoon); 3. Yousif Al Khan (Ibn Khuldoon). 21kg (Girls): 1. Natasha Hempel (St. Chris); 2. Mila Babiker (St. Chris); 3. Layal Al Hessabi (Ibn Khuldoon). 24kg: 1. Nooh Rajab (Nadeen); 2. Elias Al A’ali (Capitol); 3. Naniel Pukhao (Multi-National). 28kg: 1. Yousif Al A’ali (St. Chris); 2. Ahmed Fakhrawi (British); 3. Hasan Shehab (Ahlia). 31kg: 1. Abdulla Dashti (St. Chris); 2. Zaki Babiker (St. Chris); 3. Akshay Krishnan (St. Chris). 34kg: 1. S. Adnan Sharaf (Middle East); 2. Salahuddin Abbas (Ibn Khuldoon); 3. Ali Rahma (Kanoo). 44kg: 1. Hadi Al Aradi (Middle East); 2. Isa Al Wazzan (British); 3. Ali Marzooq (Al Noor). 47kg: 1. Salman Gosselin (British); 2. Laith Algosaibi (Al Bayan); 3. Bailey Kincaid (St. Chris). 53kg: 1. Hamad Al Hamad (Kanoo); 2. Benjamin Mirfield (St. Chris); 3. Mohammed Al Ghawi (Multi-National). 63kg (Girls): 1. Alya Al A’ali (Sh. Hessa); 2. Layan Taher (Tubli). 65kg: 1. Mohammed Khamis (Sh. Mohammed bin Khalifa); 2. Mohammed Mahoney (British); 3. Mahmood Rahma (Kanoo).81kg: 1. Moosa Rajab (Al Raja); 2. Rashid Saif (British); 3. Salman Abdulla (Duraz).

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