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Mangaluru, Nov 23 : ‘Sports teach you character. It teaches one to play by rules. It teaches you to know what it feels like to win and lose. It teaches you about life.’

Carmel School, Mangaluru proudly hosted Association of ICSE and CBSE School (AICS) of Udupi and Dakshina Kannada Districts, Throwball Tournament under the caption ‘CATCHES WIN MATCHES’ on 22nd November 2022.

The teams from 30 schools enthusiastically participated in the tournament.

The Inaugural programme commenced at 9 am by receiving and escorting the guest to the dais accompanied by the symphonic school band led by Jenisha Sequeira under the training of Mr Vijay Olivera.

The dignitaries on the dais were Sister Rose Agnes A C, Vice Provincial Superior, Karnataka Province, Rev Fr Robert DSouza , President of AICS and Principal, Lourdes Central School, Bejai, Sister Sarika, The Principal, Sister Violette, School Administrator, Mr Suraj, AICS Representative, Dr Rouchelle Tellis, The Vice President, PTA, Mrs. Lavita Lydia Dsouza, Member of School Managing Committee, Mr Liston DSouza, Mr Ajay, Mr Prashanth DSouza.

The school appreciates the good wishes and blessings by Sr Marie Lucy, Superior, Joint Secretary, St. Ann’s Campus Institutions towards the success of the event.

The blessings of the Almighty were implored through a Prayer Dance. The honourable guests and the gathering were cordially welcomed by Sister Sarika A C, The Principal. Sister Rose Agnes A C, Vice Provincial Superior, Karnataka Province, presided over the programme and Rev Fr Robert DSouza , President of AICS and Principal, Lourdes Central School, Bejai was the Chief Guest.

Sister Rose Agnes A C, in her message, stressed on the values of hard work and determination through the narration of a motivational story and encouraged all the participants and wished them good luck for the tournament. Sister lauded the efforts of the Principal and the staff members for the meticulous planning and implementation of the event.

Rev Fr Robert DSouza, in his message, called the students to accept sports as a part of their curriculum and the pathway to overall growth as an individual. He also emphasized on the aims of AICS towards the mental and physical development of students through the sports. The Management, Principal and the staff members were appraised for imparting the quality education and rendering their selfless service to the society through education.

The guests inaugurated the Tournament by the grand revelation of the winner trophy symbolically and by playing a game with the team in the court.

The teams of 30 schools took part energetically and enthusiastically in the tournament. Carmel School, Mangaluru emerged to be the distinguished champions of the tournament.

Vidyavardhaka English Medium School, Shirva bagged the runner up trophy and B.R.M.P C Public School, Vidyagiri Bantwal and Canara High School, Mangaluru secured third and fourth place respectively.

The trophies of Best Player of the day and The All Rounder were bagged by Bhuvishree H and Pragya P Salian of Carmel School,
The best receiver was Bhomikha of Vidyavardhaka English Medium School, Shirva.

The Valedictory programme initiated with the receiving of the guests followed by the Thanksgiving Prayer.

Sister Maria Sudeepa AC, The Secretary, Apostolic Carmel Educational Society, Karnataka presided over the valedictory ceremony and Mr Satish Kumar Kudroli , Retired Inspector of Excise Department of Karnataka was the Chief Guest accompanied by Mr Abdul Latheef, The Corporator, Port Ward, Sr Sarika, The Principal, Sister Violette, The School Administrator, Mr Anil Noronha, Lecturer, St. Ann’s PU College, Mr Suraj, AICS Representative.

Sister Maria Sudeepa AC in her message underlined the value of good sportsmanship and congratulated the winners.

Mr Satish Kumar Kudroli highlighted the essence of games and sports in the life of students. He also requested the students to aim at achieving the national awards at sports in various fields.

Mr Abdul Latheef, the Corporator of the Port Ward spotlighted on the importance of participation, which helps in developing true sportsmanship.

Sister Sarika, the Principal appreciated the selfless service rendered by the School Physical Directors Mr Karunakara A, Mrs Sachitha and the entire faculty of Carmel School in planning and execution of the grand event. She also expressed her gratitude towards the service rendered by the Referees throughout the day.

The matches beautifully captured the attention of the audience by the efficient commentary of Mr Anil Noronha.

The stage programme was compered by Bhoomika J Nair, Pearl DMello, Sayeeda, Piya P Naik under the leadership of Tr Cynthia Pais for the inaugural ceremony, Tr Sharol and Janice Jimmy for the Valedictory Function.

Vote of thanks was proposed by Tr Vindhya and Tr Shanthi Pinto.

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