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Sports Week (05/10-09/10)

In the week leading up to the mid-term break, the PE team hosted a ‘Secondary Sports Week’. Years 7, 8 and 9 competed as individual year groups whilst Years 10 and 11 combined, as did Years 12 and 13. Students represented the 4 house teams of Dalat, Hanoi, Hue and Saigon in multiple sporting events across the 5 days, gaining points for their houses along the way.

There were some notable individual and team performances during the week and, overall, it was a brilliant success, with many students asking already when the next one is going to be. It was fantastic to see so many students playing, competing and being physically active with smiles on their faces. The quality of sport on show was excellent and the attitude, hard work and sportsmanship showed by all really demonstrated all that is great about sport.

Hue threatened to run away with overall title winning the first 2 days of play convincingly but Dalat came roaring back as the week went on and ran out worthy winners of the whole school title. Saigon finished third and despite the well-deserved victory of the Year 10 and 11 team competitions, Hanoi finished in fourth place. Great job, team Dalat! Well done to everyone involved who participated in, supported and organised the event along the way. Bring on the next one!