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Blue House Emerges Tudapems’ First Winners

Posted: Jun 4, 2015 at 12:00 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

The Maiden Inter House Sports Competition of Tudapems Private Schools, Ishashi, Akute, Ogun State came to a happy end as students from the secondary section and pupils from the primary arm battled for sporting honours in various events, with their teachers dishing out instructions from the sidelines.

The event, which was held at the institution’s premises, saw Blue House take the topmost prize at the close of contests with a medal haul of 10 gold, 6 silver and 6 bronze while Yellow took second position with 5 gold, 5 silver and 8 bronze. Green came third with 5 gold, 5 silver and 6 bronze and Red was fourth with 4 gold, 6 silver and 5 bronze.

At the end of the sports fete, the proprietress of the school, Mary Onafadeji said: “I feel good. It was really a success. I didn’t really know it will come out to be like this. My day was really made especially when I saw my small pupils running. I saw some in the nursery take part in the relay race. At the end of the day it turned out to be a success.”

Adesola Oguntoyinbo, who led the band of school staff in the organizing committee, said of the athletes: “There are students that are not so good academically but as far as sports and games are concerned I think they have a lot to offer. I also discovered that a lot of them have been able to discover their talents through this event.

In the Road race event, Emmanuel Adebanjo and Imole-Ayo Folorunso both of Blue House emerged first and second respectively while Omitola Hassan of Green House came third. Adebanjo also won the Long jump event, Omitola took second position and Olamide Oloyede (Green House) took third. In the girls category Joan Mark (Blue House) was first, Rachael Adebanjo (Blue House) came second and Seun Oloyede (Yellow House) took third spot.

The Lime and spoon event saw boys and girls from the primary section race against one another and at the end, Mesoma Ezenekwe (Red House) emerged first Ndubuisi Victor (Green House) second and Mercy Oyekan (Blue House) third. In the Ball in Basket Race, Simon Falodun (Blue House) came first, Esther Adebanjo (Yellow House) was second and Samuel Adegoke (Red House) took third spot.