Greensprings wins AISEN Key Stage Three Five-Aside tourney
GREENSPRINGS Schools at the weekend emerged winners of the Association of International School Educators of Nigeria (AISEN) Key Stage Three Five-Aside Boys and Girls football tournament, which featured over 20 schools at Lekki Campus of the institution.
Among the schools at the event were Greensprings School Anthony and Lekki Campuses, Corona School Agbara, Childrens’ International School, Lekki, British International School, Victoria Island, Childville School Ogudu, Emerald School, Lagos, Meadow Hall School, Lekki, Temple School, Ikeja, Avi Cenna School, Ikeja, Rainbow College, Supreme Educational Foundation, Magodo, Lead Forthgate School, Lekki, Grace High School Gbagada, Edgewood College Lekki, and British International School Lekki. Others were Lagos Preparatory School, Ikoyi, Chrisland Schools Idimu and Ikeja, Westmills British Secondary School Apapa, and White Dove School Lekki.
At the end of the tournament, Greensprings School Lekki won the boys’ event, beating Lekki British International School to the second position, while Supreme Educational Foundation, Magodo took the third position.
In the girls’ event, Greensprings School Lekki took the first position ahead of
Corona Secondary School, Agbara (second) and its sister school, Greensprings School, Anthony, which came third.
Among the dignitaries at the event were Mr. McFaul, who is the Director of Education, Greensprings School and also President, Association of International School Educators of Nigeria (AISEN) and Mr. Opesan, Head of School, Meadow Hall School.
Mr McFaul later presented the medals and trophies to the winning schools. One major achievement of this year’s competition is that medals and trophies were presented to the winning teams.
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