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25 November, 2016

Inaugural South East Asia Games

Inaugural South East Asia Games

Five teams, three countries, over 100 Grade 4 and 5 children with a love of sport and a desire to compete – that was the successful recipe for the inaugural Nord Anglia South East Asia Games, held over the weekend at Regents International School Pattaya.

Inaugural South East Asia Games Five teams, three countries, over 100 Grade 4 and 5 children with a love of sport and a desire to compete – that was the successful recipe for the inaugural Nord Anglia South East Asia Games, held over the weekend at Regents International School Pattaya.

Five teams, three countries, over 100 Grade 4 and 5 children with a love of sport and a desire to compete – that was the successful recipe for the inaugural Nord Anglia South East Asia Games, held over the weekend at Regents International School Pattaya.

The schools represented at the tournament were Regents International School Pattaya, St Andrews International School Bangkok, British International School Ho Chi Minh City, Northbridge International School Cambodia and British Vietnamese International School Hanoi.

The tournament saw boys and girls competing in Tee-Ball and Basketball. It was wonderful to see Nord Anglia Education schools from Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia come together in what, for most of them, was the first competitive international sports fixture they had experienced.

The results for the tournament were as follows:

Basketball:
Girls - 1st St Andrew's Bangkok; 2nd BIS Ho Chi Minh City; 3rd Regents Pattaya; 4th Northbridge; 5th BVIS Hanoi

Boys - 1st BIS Ho Chi Minh City; 2nd St Andrew's Bangkok; 3rd Regents Pattaya; 4th Northbridge; 5th BVIS Hanoi

Tee-Ball:
Girls - 1st St Andrew's Bangkok; 2nd BIS Ho Chi Minh City; 3rd Regents Pattaya; 4th Northbridge; 5th BVIS Hanoi

Boys - 1st BIS Ho Chi Minh City; 2nd St Andrew's Bangkok; 3rd Regents Pattaya; 4th Northbridge; 5th BVIS Hanoi