09 December, 2019

"Sports competitions are not just about winning and losing" @ U11 NAE SEA GAMES 2019!

"Huge thanks for hosting the games our children and us coaches had a blast...A huge task and you took it on and did a great job. Our kids loved the experience of being involved for the first time."
NAE Manila
NAE Manila
"Sports competitions are not just about winning and losing" @ U11 NAE SEA GAMES 2019! Whilst winning medals for their respective schools was the ultimate goal, our young athletes enjoyed the rewarding experiences as they learned first-hand about teamwork, perseverance and sportsmanship.

10 teams, 06 countries and over 230 children and coaches with a love of sport joined in the dynamic U11 Nord Anglia South East Asia Games 2019 hosted by BVIS HCMC over the weekend 07th and 08th December 2019!

Whilst winning medals for their respective schools was the ultimate goal, our young athletes enjoyed the rewarding experiences as they learned first-hand about teamwork, perseverance and sportsmanship. Each student has been showing great energy, endeavour and determination and they have made a great deal of new friends too.
Congrats to all teams for their efforts - you have made us very proud!

Day 01 (Saturday 07 December 2019) Report

Boy Div A 1
Boys Basketball Division A
  • 1st place: British International School Ho Chi Minh City
  • 2nd place: St. Andrews International School Bangkok
  • 3rd place: Regents International School Pattaya
Boy Div A 1
Boys Basketball Division B 
  • 1st place: British Vietnamese International School Hanoi
  • 2nd place: The British School Yangon
  • 3rd place: Northbridge International School Cambodia
Girl Div A
Girls T-Ball Division A
  • 1st place: British International School Ho Chi Minh City
  • 2nd place: Regents International School Pattaya
  • 3rd place: St. Andrews International School Bangkok
Girl Div A
Girls T-Ball Division B
  • 1st place: The British School Yangon
  • 2nd place: Nord Anglia International School Manila - Northbridge International School Cambodia
  • 3rd place: British Vietnamese International School Hanoi

Day 02 ( Sunday 08 December 2019 ) Report

Day 02 of the Games on Sunday 08 December saw the girls competing in Basketball and the boys taking on T-Ball.

Boy Div A 1
Girls Basketball Division A
  • 1st place: St Andrews International School Bangkok
  • 2nd place: British International School Ho Chi Minh City
  • 3rd place: Regents International School Pattaya
Girl Div B 1
Girls Basketball Division B
  • 1st place: The British School Yangon
  • 2nd place: British Vietnamese International School Hanoi
  • 3rd place: British Vietnamese International School Ho Chi Minh City
Boy Div A 1
Boys T-Ball Division A
  • 1st place: British International School Ho Chi Minh City
  • 2nd place: St. Andrews International School Bangkok
  • 3rd place: Regents International School Pattaya
Boy Div A 1
Boys T-Ball Division B
  • 1st place: The British School Yangon
  • 2nd place: British Vietnamese International School Ho Chi Minh City
  • 3rd place: Northbridge International School Hanoi Cambodia

It was a delight to see the teams making friends with each other, and these new, cross-cultural friendships were very apparent on Sunday night when they met for the Ceremony and Disco Night at the BVIS HCMC's Main Hall.

Congratulate all boys and girls for your fantastic courage and commitment!