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PSE race to two titles at Road Safety event

PSE race to two titles at Road Safety event

Pour un Sourire d’Enfante (PSE) enjoyed the double delight of winning both Boys and Girls Middle School competitions at the Road Safety Basketball Tournament held at CIA First International School on Saturday.

The PSE lads overturned East West International School 11-8 in the final while their female colleagues breezed past CIA First 24-5.

The High School division was won by CIA First with a dominant 46-5 victory over East West. “When you play sports, always play safe and when you drive please drive safely,” CIA FIRST director Andre Struve told the kids as he handed out motorbike helmets to winning team players.


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