The ISSEA rugby trip to Kenya has been fantastic all round. There have been a number of players that have performed very well individually but far more impressive is how the AISL players have showed team spirit, respect, support, and friendship to the other players from other schools. They were the best ambassadors the school could ask for.
The U19 boys played some of the most consistent and fast paced rugby we have seen to date but will need to come back next year with a more attacking style of play if they are to win back the title. The team played courageously and left everything on the pitch. The vibe was positive both on and off the pitch throughout the competition and this earned them the Fair-play award.
The boys team finished in a very respectable 4th place overall after losing to ICS, whom they had previously beaten in an early game. A tough ISSEA but one that was full of energy and entertaining rugby to watch.
The U15 boys had a slow start to the tournament as they were playing with four AISJ players but as they began to bond, a strong and cohesive team entered the final against Kenya. The strong team spirit and camaraderie was evident but they found it hard to break down the Kenyan U15 boys in the final.
A valiant fight to the end and a respectful 2nd overall placing in a tough competition.
The U19 girls team entered the competition without having much experience and also missing two of the strongest team members. They played every game as a final and as the competition went on, they got stronger and stronger, earning the respect of the other coaches and players alike.
They finished in 5th overall but most importantly walked away with the Fair-play award.
Thank you to all AISL Parents and community members for your support!
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