Chinese International School doubles their win at school basketball competition

Chinese International School doubles their win at school basketball competition


GSIS and Harrow International School U18 Boys compete at the Inter-school Basketball Tournament.
Photo: GSIS

Competition was fierce at German Swiss International School (GSIS) on Saturday as 34 teams from schools across Hong Kong battled it out in the Inter-school Basketball Tournament.

The GSIS basketball courts were filled with spectators and more than 250 eager players. Teams from All Saints, Canadian International School, Chinese International School, Delia School of Canada, the ESF Tigers, French International School, Harrow International School, King George V, Hong Kong Basketball Academy, Hong Kong International School and hosts GSIS came together for a full day of basketball. The tournament saw teams compete in four categories - U14 Girls, U14 Boys, U18 Girls and U18 Boys.

While the GSIS held their own in the U14 Girls' division, Chinese International School dominated the U18 Girls' and U18 Boys' categories. The Hong Kong Basketball Academy and Harrow International School were also top contenders, with each school making it into the top three in two divisions.

U14 Girls

GSIS defended their home turf as the U14 Girls took first place. GSIS faced a tough fight from French International School, who secured second place, with Harrow International School coming in third.

U14 Boys

In a hard-fought division, the Hong Kong Basketball Academy came out on top, followed by St Paul's College and GSIS.

U18 Girls

This division was dominated by Chinese International School, which took both first and second place. CIS Team 2 beat CIS Team 1 to win the championship, with Delia School of Canada taking third place.

U18 Boys

The players from Chinese International School showed excellent form to win the title. The Hong Kong Basketball Academy once again showed their skills to finish runners-up. The division was rounded out by Harrow International School in third place.

This article appeared in the Young Post print edition as
Double delight for CIS at school basketball competition


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