TES U13 Girls swim team take 1st place in the ISACK swimming gala
On Thursday, 3rd October TES U13 girls swimming team competed in the ISACK girls swimming gala. A number of personal best times and 1st places were achieved by the team. TES competed in both the U13 and the U15 age groups, with some pupils swimming 3 years above their age. The overall results saw the superb TES squad triumph in 1st place with 52 points, KES came 2nd with 38 points and BSK 3rd with 26 points. The TES girls who competed in the U15 races came 2nd overall scoring 39 points. Well done to all of the swim team involved and to the hard work of Mrs Chal, Grace and their team of helpers.
U13 Boys ISACK Football
This week TES U13 boys football team took on TEA in an important match at Hasan Abul. The team started brightly and looked in determined mood. After constant pressure on the TEA goals and several near misses TES deservedly took the lead. From an Alex McEwan long throw Yousef Abul Enein bundled the ball into the goal. TES continued to pile the pressure onto the TEA defence and from another Alex McEwan throw Yousef Abul Enein volleyed a superb second goal to put TES 2-0 ahead. In the 2nd half the game continued in the same fashion and it was only a matter of time before TES scored again to make the game safe. Adam Gamali this time picked up a loose ball and slotted past the TEA goalkeeper to make the score 3-0. Ethan Doughty saw two fine strikes hit the woodwork late on as TES cruised to a 3-0 victory. This was a much improved performances from the boys with Yousef Abul Enein taking the man of the match award.
U13 Girls ISACK Volleyball
After a superb win last week against KES, TES travelled to NES for a very tough game against a strong side. NES served extremely well and took the 1st set 25-19. In the second set honours were much more even. TES battled hard but eventually lost out 25-23. It was a below par performance from TES who had suffered with injuries in the build up to the game and will hope to make amends against NES come the semi final stage.
KFSAC Y5/6 Football
This week TES played NES in their 3rd game of the season. The B team produced first and played some super football to win 2-0, with Amer Salah and Sami Masood scoring the goals. In the A team game an end to end match finished 2-2 with TES conceding in the last minute once again to be denied the win. The goalscorers for TES were Brian Al Saleh and Archie Pearson. After the Eid holiday TES take on GES in a crucial game that will go a long way to deciding the final overall positions.
ISACK U13 Boys Swimming Gala
On Wednesday, 9th October TES U13 Boys competed in the boy’s first swimming gala of the year hoping to mirror the successful U13 girls team and defend their title. The team competed well and many personal best performances were achieved. The results will be announced after the Eid holiday.
|Thursday 3rd October
||U13 Girls Swimming Gala
|Thursday 8th October
||U13 Boys Football
||TES 3 - 0 TEA (won)
|U13 Girls Volleyball
||TES 0 - 2 NES (lost)
|Wednesday 9th October
||Y5/6 Boys Football
||TES A Team 2 - 0 NES A Team (drew)
|TES B Team 2 - 0 NES B Team (won)
|Tuesday 22nd October
||U13 Boys Football v BSK (Hassan Abul)
|U13 Girls Volleyball v ESF (TES)
|Wednesday 23rd October
||Y5/6 Football v GES (Almasila)
|Yr 5/6 Girls Benchball Tournament (TES)