Tournament shows strategy and experience have the upper hand

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Participants with Archbishop Simon Poh (seated centre), Fr Francis Dakun (seated left), Fr Paul Ling (seated 2nd right) and Bernadine Sammy (seated right)

KUCHING  — On 22 September, St Joseph’s Cathedral BM Youth organised a friendly Badminton Tournament at St Peter’s College Seminary.

It was part of their SWOT (Strengths-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats) action plan.

The friendly match between the three groups who participated was to foster fellowship and wellness through sports and recreational activities.

The BM Youth and Migrants were represented by 7 teams each. The Seminarians-Archbishop sent 4 teams.

It was a close match for the teams. However, despite the boisterous and loud cheers and encouragement from the youths, the more experienced team from the Seminarians-Archbishop group had the upper hand.

First place went to the team of Archbishop Simon-Br Arthur (Seminarians). The pair of Junior State players Paulus-Aldert (Youth) came in second, with Eghy-Denis (Migrants) coming in third place.

Prizes were given away by Fr Francis Dakun.

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