BDC Shines at Intra-Region Athletic Moot


Shaiba Rizwan | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Defence Campus

Lahore: Beaconhouse Defence Campus students displayed amazing athletic skills and dedication at the Beaconhouse Intra-Region Athletics Championship 2015 that was held on April 14, 2015 at the Beaconhouse Sports Complex, Bedian.

BDC's Mehak Naseem received the Best Athlete of the Championship award and gold medals in high jump, long jump and in the 100 meters race. Other notable winners from BDC were Misha Aman, who won a silver medal in Shotput and Aarij Ali, who received a bronze medal in the 800 meters race.

BCLR Girls Doing Us Proud


Sahrish Hina | Staff Correspondent TBT | BCLR

Rawalpindi: After the Beaconhouse Civil Lines Rawalpindi (BCLR) girls' football team performance at the Intra-group Regional Football Fiesta Match, the team has now been selected for the National Football Championship trials.

In this regard, an orientation session was conducted by SGO II and the sports coordinator at BCLR. We wish our young champions best of luck!

Friendly Matches 2015


Muneeba Aqib | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Canal Side

Lahore: Beaconhouse Canal Side Boys' Campus welcomed their juniors, Class V students, for friendly cricket and football matches on April 10, 2015.

The grounds were adorned with colourful buntings. SGO II Sports Coordinator Ms Sehrish Nawaz was the chief guest. Beaconhouse Canal Side Girls' Campus Senior Headmistress Ms Saima Lone and CSGC Upper Primary Headmistress Ms Shumaila Iftikhar were also present. The event ensured full participation of Classes VI and Class V boys.

The main purpose of these friendly matches was to familiarise the students of Class V with the environment of the boys' campus.

After the national anthem, students opened the event with a march-past holding flags of their respective houses. CSBC Middle School Senior Mistress Ms Ayesha Shahid welcomed the guest students and encouraged them to do their best. The students presented gymnastics and aerobics displays.

Classes V and VI football teams had a close contest and the match ended with an exciting win by the host team. Class V levelled the victory by grabbing the winning position in the cricket match. The commentary was provided by Class VI students.

Ms Sehrish Nawaz distributed shields to the winners. Class V students were also presented with souvenirs. Refreshments were served. We congratulate Sports Teacher Mr Waseem and the whole Middle School faculty for giving the students an opportunity to channel their energies in a competitive environment.

Inter-house Cricket Tournament


Samina Naz | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Steel Town Branch

Karachi: An inter-house football tournament was held on April 2, 2015 for Class V. Four matches were played among four teams, Tigers, Jaguars, Panthers and Leopards. The final match was between Panthers and Jaguars; Jaguars won the tournament. Medals were given to the winning team and Shahab Khan was declared Player of the Match.

Football Match


Slobina Xavier | Staff Correspondent TBT | BGKG1

Gujranwala: Class III-Blue and III-Yellow students played a friendly football match on April 14, 2015. Class III-Blue was the winner and was awarded a trophy.

Sports Day


Rabia Minhas | Staff Correspondent TBT | BMTL 41-A1

Lahore: Sports day was held on March 17, 2015. The theme of the day was, Let's Explore the Animal Kingdom. Students from Pre-Nursery to Class III participated with great enthusiasm and mesmerised the audience with their performances.

Sports Gala


Asifa Fawad | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Gulshan KG-III

Karachi: A Sports Gala based on the theme, Save Marine Life was held at GKG-III on April 2, 2015. The students staged a march-past followed by a well-coordinated display of yoga by the Nursery students. Kindergarten and Class I students were divided into four houses: Red, Blue, Green and Yellow. Blue house was the winning house. Students participated in various races dressed in costumes representing marine animals. The Taekwondo session was a highlight of the Gala, in which students displayed daring feats of strength and accuracy.

Sports Gala and Prize Distribution Ceremony


Amber Nasir | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Walton Campus

Lahore: The Annual Sports Gala for the Lower Primary Section was held from March 28 to 31, 2015. The theme was Colours and the event reflected it brilliantly. The Prize Distribution Ceremony was held on April 10, 2015. SGO-1Sports Coordinator Mr Arshad Javaid was the chief guest. Entertaining and well-coordinated displays of Zumba by Class III girls and Karate were highlights of the event.

Swimming to Success


Shumaila Quureshi | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Margalla Campus, Islamabad

Islamabad: The twin city under 12 and under 14 swimming competition was held at the Pakistan Sports Complex, Islamabad on April 13, 2015. BMI-G won seven gold medals in all categories with three winners in the under 12 and four in the under 14 category. BMI-G also took the winner's trophy.

Zuhaira Noor was declared the best swimmer in the under 12 category and Maheen Salman was the best swimmer in the under 14 category. BMI-G Headmistress Mrs Farah Rahat gave out the trophy and medals to the winning team in the morning assembly. BMI-G has celebrated more success in the same assembly as its team was the Podcasting winner at the intra-regional level.

Inter-Section Cricket


Bilal Khan | Staff Correspondent TBT| Beaconhouse Defence Campus

Lahore: The Inter-Section Cricket Tournament for the Middle Section was held from March 30 to April 3, 2015. All ten sections of the Middle Section participated in the tournament. The tournament culminated in the final match between Classes VIII-Red and VIII-Violet on April 7.

Class VIII-Violet won the toss and decided to bat first. They set a target of 60 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. In the second innings, VIII-Red achieved the target with 6 wickets in hand. VIII-Red was declared the winner of the tournament and Junaid Ahmed was declared Man of the Match for scoring 27 runs, not out.

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