7th Davinder Pal Memorial Basket Ball Tournament
There was mirth, exuberance and passion in the air when 7th Davinderpal Memorial Inter clusters Basketball Tournament was organized by Spring Dale Senior School, Amritsar from 21 to 22 Aug’ 2015. Around 10 teams who had come from different schools were thoroughly soaked in the sports spirit during the Inter District Tournament.
The tournament was inaugurated on 21st Aug by Mr. Satinderbir Singh, DEO (Secondary). His presence as a Chief Guest was a big motivating factor for everyone present there. Mr. Satinderbir Singh seemed to strike a rapport will all the young participants and appreciated the enthusiasm and sportsmanship displayed by the young players. Mr. Paramdeep Singh Teja, an Olympian & retired Superintendent of Police and Mr. K.S. Malhi, AEO (Sports) graced the occasion as guests of honour.
The Prize Distribution ceremony for the tournament was organized on 22 Aug’ 2015, Dr. Kirat Sandhu Cheema Direction Spring Dale Educational Society & Mr. Sahiljit Singh Sandhu, Director & Managing Trustee of Spring Dale Educational Society were present as Guest of Honour, they awarded the winners.
Spring Dale Senior School,Amritsar was declared the winner of the tournament, the second position was won by Police D.A.V. Public School, Jalandhar where as Police D.A.V. Public School Amritsar secured the third position..Navneet Sandhu was adjuged the Best Player Of The Tournament & Krishan Chandel as the Best Feeder of the Tournament.
On this occasion Mr Sahiljit Singh Sandhu said, ‘Sports is a metaphor for overcoming obstacles and achieving success against great odds. He emphasized the rich values of discipline, hard work, team work and sportsmanship which get inculcated in students’ behaviour through sports.
Dr. Kirat Sandhu Cheema, while applauding the efforts of participants stated, “Never lose your heart if you lose and never lose your head if you win.”
Mr. Rajiv Kumar Sharma, the Principal of Spring Dale Senior School in his address spoke about the vision of the school which is to ensure holistic development of the students which he stated can be possible if the young scholars are physically strong, supple, nimble and prompt.
Spring Dale Senior School