Beginning of a new end.
oman's Era took the
initiative to engage the
young women of this
generation in an exhil-
rating experience of
competition and team
work in the first ever
Girls’ High School Basket
Ball Championship 2014.
he second and final day of the
tournament started with a lovelyrainy weather where four winners’teams who entered the Semi-finals afterwinning the knockout round were-Modern School Barakhamba road, DelhiInternational School, St Michael Sen SecSchool and Sanskriti School.
ight eminent high schools of Delhi
and NCR were invited to Modern
School, Barakhamba Road to
compete in a basketball championship
organised by Woman’s Era. The two-
day championship which was held on
13th and 14th October 2014 on the
courts of Modern School turned out to
be huge success from all perspectives.
Blocking each other’s
path do score basket.
And it’s a basket.
he second level was not that easy
for the competing teams, as the
competition was between the best
teams of the tournament. But this
deterred neither the teams, nor the
players. What was left was just enthu-
siasm of the teams and excitement of
the onlookers. Though both teams put
up their best, Modern School showed
hold on their court and emerged as
winners, beating Delhi International
School with a score of 49/17.
he first match of the second day
was played between Modern
School Barakhamba road and Delhi
International School competing to play
a thrilling game.
The fifth round
articipating players from ModernSchool were: Malvika Aneja, ShivikaVikram, Rhea Gupta, ShatakshiVikram, Anoushka Gupta, MadhuKumari, Shivani Mehta, Gresshaa Mehta,Kashni Sail and Pretika Rawal, led bythe captain Ananya Khanna under theguidance of coach Rajesh Kumar.Players of the opposing team DelhiInternational School were: Simran Dixit,Jaya Sharma, Neha Rawat, Shivani,Bhawna Swami, Konika, Mandeera,Smriti Tomar, Nisha Bisht, Nikita,Sarika led by the captain Simran underthe guidance of coach Sudhir Mishra.
amta Nath from Delhi Press family
presented the losing team Delhi
International School with the
participation certificates and trophies.
– Megha Jetley.
Appreciating the talent
elhi Internationa School showedsportsman spirit and took the
defeat in a very positive way. Theirplayers showed glimpse of satisfactionon their faces. On the other hand,players of Modern School were joyfuland enthusiastic as they made their wayto the final step to the trophy.
High sportsman spirit
Modern School team with their coach Himantika.
to reach finals.
School with their coach