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St Paul\'s meet St Georges in Classic Clashes

Thu, 11 July 2013 21:06
by Online Reporter
News Flash

This weekend St Paul’s College and St Georges will meet at St Paul’s College at 14h00 for a soccer match as part of the 2013 FNB Classic Clashes.

“The technical team, school and players expect nothing less than a win,”  ays André Benjamin, Assistant Sport Administrator at St Paul's College about his team’s participation

He says the team has been busy with preparations since March with a training camp and they have had weekly training and further played a few friendlies to get the boys ready for this match.

Benjamin added: “To the opposition, we wish you good luck and hope to have a good match. Fans and other students of St Paul College please come and support the 1st team boys. Your presence is greatly appreciated.”

About the FNB Classic Clashes he said that they loved the atmosphere and hype around the Classic Clashes. “

We hope there could be an international Classic Clash in the near future, where we could team up with another school in Windhoek and play 2 schools in SA. Thank you to FNB and their partners for this opportunity to create school spirit and bring two schools together.”