- Ho Chi Minh City Highschool's Futsal tournament VI - Thai Son Nam Cup 2013: High School for the Gifted wins the champion17:31 | 02/12/2013
In the morning of December 1st, the closing ceremony of Ho Chi Minh City Highschool’s Futsal tournament VI – Thai Son Nam Cup 2013 happened at Thai Son Nam dist.8 gymnasiums. Winning over Nguyen An Ninh team, High School for the Gifted crowned the champion.
Delegates attending ceremony include: Ms. Tran Thi Kim Khanh – deputy director of Department of Education and Training, Mr Tran Khac Huy- manager of department of students management belonged to Department of Education and Training, Mr Tran Anh Tu – HFF’s president, Nguyen Quang Anh- head of HFF school’s football.
After 1 month, 48 football teams from high school around HCMC has chosen 4 teams for quarter finals. In the competition for 3rd position between Tan Phu and Bach Viet, though Bach Viet opened score, Tan Phu came back with 3 consecutive goals and 3-1 was the final result of the game.
The final game was confrontation between High School for the Gifted and Nguyen An Ninh. Nguyen An Ninh play defensing that caused their opponents much troubles in the first half. However entering the second one, High School for the Gifted opened score and this is also the final result of game.
Cup, gold medals and 7 million VND belong to High School for the Gifted. The second runner-up Nguyen An Ninh won silver medals and 5 million VND. The third ones received bronze medals and 3 million VND. Bach Viet team stood at 4th position and received 3 million VND of playing style. There were also prizes of: the best fan club, the best referee team, the best goal keeper and the best scorer.
Some images of the closing day:
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