Sports Summer Training ends at CSI St Paul's Hr Sec School

Published: 28th May 2015 06:01 AM  |   Last Updated: 28th May 2015 06:01 AM   |  A+A-

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CHENNAI: Around 300 students participated in the summer camp which concluded at CSI St Paul’s Higher Seconday School recently. 

The participants were trained in games like volleyball, cricket, football, kabadi and basketball by coaches specialised in each of the games. Health drinks and snacks were also provided to the participants, who got trained from 6 am to 9 am everyday, as part of the camp.

The valedictory function of the month-long camp was held on the school campus. T Devaputhiran, administrative secretary, the chief guest, emphasised on the importance of the three Ds — Discipline, Dedication and Determination.

He distributed certificates to the participants and felicitated the coaches.

The valedictory function ended with a prayer and benediction by Devaputhiran. Alexander Cornelius, physical director, proposed the vote of thanks.

The inaugural function, which was held last month, had Paul Francis, the Bishop Chaplain, giving a motivational speech, in which he spoke about the significance of three Fs — Fitness, Formation and Fellowship.

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