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Ministry meeting talks upcoming competitions

Ministry meeting talks upcoming competitions

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport held their Sports Advisory Committee meeting on Monday at the Department of Sport office at Olympic Stadium, which included discussing the organisation of this year’s competitions and plans to select athletes for national teams.

Also on the agenda was the schedule for the annual National Student Championships, set to start next Monday and run until June 20. Twenty-six universities and Technical Institutes from across the Kingdom are slated to send teams to compete in football, volleyball, basketball and gymnastics tournaments.

The Ministry is to fund the running costs for the competitions as well as prizes, food and accommodation for students.

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