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Results of the BSME U11 Games

St Christopher’s School host the BSME Under 11 Games – Results (25 - 28 February 2016)

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9 visiting schools from across the Gulf participated at the BSME U11 Games at the weekend. It was a fabulous and very closely fought competition which eventually saw Doha English Speaking School and Dubai English Speaking School tie for 1st place, Doha College in 2nd and St Christopher’s in 3rd overall.

The individual event placings were:

Swimming
1st Dubai English Speaking School
2nd Doha English Speaking School
3rd Al Khor International School, Qatar

Football
1st Doha English Speaking School
2nd British International School Jeddah
3rd St Christopher’s School, Bahrain

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Netball
1st Dubai English Speaking School
2nd Doha English Speaking School
3rd Doha College

Basketball
1st Sherborne School, Qatar
2nd Doha English Speaking School
3rd Doha College

Athletics
1st Dubai English Speaking School
2nd Doha College
3rd Al Khor International School, Qatar

Background Information
Formed in 1982, BSME (British Schools in the Middle East) provides a quality-assured network of schools helping Heads and Teachers share best practice and keep abreast of the latest educational developments. BSME benefits from a membership body of 80 schools, 80,000 students and over 6,000 teachers in 13 countries in the Middle East.

For a number of years now BSME has organised inter-school events for member schools across the Middle East. Many of these are sporting events and some are cultural. In creating a calendar of events for BSME schools, the BSME Events Committee attempts to offer events across all ages, ranging through Under 11, 13, 15 and 19. The purpose of organising these events is to offer children the opportunity to represent their school, to meet and mix with children from other countries and to participate in both competitive and non-competitive festival arenas.

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