FLOWER GAY SCHOOLS PARTICIPATES IN GNAPS INTER SCHOOL’S SPORTS COMPETITION
The Ghana National Association of Private Schools -Cape Coast, has organized a games competition for all Private Schools in Cape Coast. The games took place on Thursday, 15th and Friday 16th November, 2018 at the Adisadel College Sports Park and Flowers Gay Schools participated in three disciplines namely:
- Boys Primary School Soccer Competition
- Boys and girls JHS Volleyball Competition
- Girls JHS Netball Primary Competition
Boys Primary School Soccer Competition
Flowers Gay Schools (Primary Soccer Team) made it to the quarter finals stage of the competition after attaining ‘walk over points’ for their first match and winning their second against Future Leaders Academy on penalties after drawing 1-1 during regulation time.
Flowers Gay Schools (Primary Soccer Team) painfully crushed out of the soccer competition at the quarter finals stage after losing to a well drilled Cape Eduplex team by 3 goals to nil.
Boys and girls JHS Volleyball Competition
Flowers Gay Schools (Boys Volleyball Team) was unfortunately eliminated from the Volleyball competition at the preliminary stages after losing to Boss International School.
However the Girls Volleyball Team won their first match against Tuohofo International and proceeded to beat Central Lyceum Basic School to advance to the semi-final stage where the team lost to Future Leaders Academy who found ‘sweet revenge’ for knocking their primary soccer team out of the competition earlier in the competition.
Eventually Flowers Gay Schools (Girls Volleyball Team) placed fourth in the competition after loosing to the Mfantsipim Basic School (Girls Volleyball Team).
Girls JHS Netball Primary Competition
In the Netball discipline, Flowers Gay Schools (Girls Netball Team) took “sweet revenge’ on Mfanstipim Basic School’s Netball Team (for beating our Volleyball team) by beating them by 3 goals to 2. This set our Netball Team up to beat Tuohofo International on penalties at the quarter-finals stage of the Netball competition.
Unfortunately the Flowers Gay Schools’ Netball team failed to win against Future Leaders International at the Semi-finals stage who beat our team by 2 goals to nothing.
The match for 3rd and 4th position had to be called off as a result of reduced visibility.
On the whole it was a good outing for the Children and staff alike who cheered and danced as the participants gave off their best. Altogether, pupils and staff thoroughly enjoyed the event.
Management of Flowers Gay Schools is proud of all the teams which represented the Schools and appreciate all the sacrifices made in preparing towards the sports competitions.
Special mention should be made of the training staff (Mr. Prince K. Odum, Mr. Garry Assan Ekumah, Miss Esther Akpasah-Glah and Miss Abigail Martey) whose relentless efforst and dedication ensured that the Schools was adequately represented and more so that we made a good showing. .