Mount Carmel Girls show their prowess in the AICS Table Tennis Tournament

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Mangaluru, Jul 27: Mount Carmel Central School, Mangaluru takes immense pride in the achievements of our table tennis girls’ teams at the AICS (Association of ICSE and CBSE schools) Table Tennis tournament for schools in D.K organized recently by St Theresa’s School, Bendore, Mangaluru.

The U-14 Girls category witnessed an intense competition between several skilled teams. After battling it out on the table, our team comprising Rhea Hurtis of grade IV, Reanne Jen DSilva of grade VI, Aadhya U of grade V and Mahaniya D Anchan of grade VIII emerged victorious and secured the 1st place.

The U-17 Girls category was equally competitive, with talented players showcasing their prowess in the sport. After a series of thrilling matches, our school team with Trisha K of grade IX, Prishma Y Suvarna of grade IX, Deeksha N of grade X and Saanvi Vinaybhushan Nayak of grade IX won the 2nd place.

The school management, principal and staff congratulate both the girls’ teams for their exceptional performance and achievement in the AICS Table Tennis tournament of D.K and appreciate their mentors and parents for the support, encouragement and training given to achieve this success.


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