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Sports Results


  • Netball Team
  • F team
  • team
  • winning Team

Our mixed U16 netball team played this week at home against Compass School and made a very impressive start winning the first half easily. With 10 minutes to go the score was 6-5 to NAISAK; it was very intense! With 1 minute to go NAISAK were in the lead 7-8 until Compass scored to equalise at 8 all. The final whistle went with the score being 8-8 and Tayla Keymer being named player of the match. Congratulations to all of the girls who played. 
Next Tuesday we are playing 3 matches away at Mesiaeed International School.

It's been a busy couple of days for our Y3/4 students competing in the QPPSSA football tournaments this week.

Our Y3/4 boys played yesterday at Al Khor Sports Club against various teams from across Qatar. They showed fantastic spirit and determination during their games and had some very impressive performances.

The Y3/4 girls played this evening at ISLQ and showed amazing commitment and teamwork in their games. The Y3 girls managed to secure a bronze medal after beating Doha College West Bay 1-0. The Y4 girls improved with every game and proved too strong for the other schools finishing top at the end of the group stages. They stuck to their game plan throughout their semi-final and managed to beat QIS to play for the gold medal. The girls played their socks off and rose to the challenge. There were some fantastic defensive displays and a penalty save from Mahnoor, before Yomna managed to secure the winning goal. Thank you to all of the teachers and parents who helped support the children, as they have thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Well done to all students!