The Tutuka Central Circuit interschool sports activities came to a close on Friday, with the Islamic Educational Complex JHS Obuasi Tutuka making history by winning their first-ever trophy in a sporting activity in the circuit.
The JHS girls’ soccer team from the Islamic Educational Complex faced off against the Independence JHS A in a closely contested final. The match ended in a goalless draw, and it took a penalty shootout to decide the winner. The girls from the Islamic Educational Complex held their nerve and emerged victorious, winning the trophy in a thrilling 4-3 shootout.
The victory was all the more remarkable because of the history of the school. The Islamic Educational Complex was established long before it was taken over by the government in 2005. The school’s primary focus was on training children in reading and learning about the Islamic faith until its takeover.
Speaking after the victory, the school’s headmaster, Mr. Issaka Ahmed, expressed his delight at the achievement.
“We are overjoyed to have won our first trophy in a sporting activity in the Tutuka Central Circuit,” he said.
“This victory is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students and teachers, who have put in a lot of effort to achieve this success.”
The victory of the Islamic Educational Complex JHS Obuasi Tutuka is a testament to the school’s commitment to providing a well-rounded education for its students. It is also a reminder that sports and extracurricular activities are an essential part of a student’s education, providing opportunities for personal growth, teamwork, and leadership. Congratulations to the girls from the Islamic Educational Complex on their historic victory.
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