IN East Malaita, the Namoia School League (NSL) competition is reaching climax as the final matches are approaching.
Wilson Okisi, school sports master relayed to Sol-Business yesterday.
“Games are now closing into quarter-final matches with rivals battling to secure top position from each pool,” he said.
He said that the Namoia 2015 School League which kicks-off two weeks ago is aimed at bringing together staff and students to participate in sporting activities.
“Also to engaged students in physical education like sporting to get them busy and refrain from involving in such unlawful activities,” he said.
Okisi added that while students are given educational activities to do, it is also pertinent to get them engage in other outdoor activities to intermingle with each other to create the spirit of oneness.
The NSL competition includes both secondary and primary division.
Sixteen (16) teams including eight (8) teams for boys seven-a-side soccer and eight (8) teams for girls volleyball have their participation in the event.
“We are anticipating even tense competitions as games will enter into semifinals.”
The competition is organized and supported by the school management.
The games standing order are;
- Form four Youngers and staff lead pool A with 6 points each.
- Class three (3) maroon lead pool B with 6 points followed by Class five with 3 points.
- Forms five remix lead pool A.
- Pool B led by form 4 girls.
By STEPHEN DI’ISANGO