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Primary Physical Education: 

Patana Students do well at the “Manila Kids Goodwill Games”.

Published Tuesday, January 17, 2012.
Last updated: Thursday, January 19, 2012

Champions of the “Manila Kids Goodwill Games” (Baseball)

By:  Sebastian Tamacas (6O) and Remy Brandt (5S)

Last weekend we, Remy Brandt (Y5) and Sebastian Tamacas (Y6), participated in the Under 11’s Division of the “Manila Kids Goodwill Games”, a baseball tournament in the Philippines.  The purpose of these games is to promote youth baseball throughout Southeast Asia. 

We were both selected to be in the U11’s “Bangkok All Stars”, along with other boys from NISTand ISB.  The team has been practising together for the past eight months and travelled to Manila on Thursday January 12th. 

The “Bangkok All Stars” played against 4 Manila teams; they played two games on Friday, two games on Saturday, and the final game against the home team on Sunday morning. 

The Bangkok All Stars were undefeated and won the Final game 5 - 0. 

Well done boys!!

The Primary PE Team.


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