Mangaluru: St Joseph’s Higher Primary School Bajal is at the threshold of Centenary celebration. The school which is in the outskirts of Mangalore was established in the 1917 and Centenary Celebration Closing Function will be held on 28 January 2017. The Centenary Committee is conducting various programmes to mark the centenary year.
Zonal level Flood Llight Leage volley ball for gents , throw Ball for ladies and local level Tug of war for both ladies and gents sports were conducted in the school premises recently.
The tournaments were inaugurated by Hagi Rasheed Ullal the president of Ullal Darga Mangalore and Pradeep Dsouza the Deputy Director District Youth welfare and Sports Department. Rev. Fr. Cyril Pinto Correspondent and Priest of Holy Sprit Church Bajal presided over the function, other guests were Ivan Dsouza, the Enperpreneur, Walter Lobo, Vice President of South Block Congress Committee.
The Centenary Committee President Alwyn Dsouza, General Secretary Maurice Dsouza, Sports Convener, Pavan Sulaya and the Vice president of Holy Spirit Church Bajal were on the dais.
The Cultural Convener Harish Kumar welcomed the guests Maurice Dsouza proposed vote of thanks. The publicity convener Sunil Crasta Compered the programme.
After the stage function matches were conducted Winners and runner were awarded with trophy and cash Money.
Volley ball : Ist Place : Bajal Bulls, 2nd Place : Angel warriors
Throw Ball : 1st – Kavu Bail Bajal , 2nd Place : Param Jyothi
Tug of War Men : 1st Place : Janatha Vyayama , 2nd Place :Mallkikarjuna
Tug of war Women 1st Place : Janatha Vyayama, 2nd Place : Holy sprit Bajal
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