Female team from PAAET seals futsal championship title

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Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET ) female team captain receives championship trophy.

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 14 (KUNA): The female team from the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET ) clinched the championship title in the futsal competition during the third sports games for higher education. This marked the conclusion of the futsal competitions in the tournament organized by the Kuwait Sports Federation for Schools and Higher Education, which is set to continue until April.

The PAAET team secured their victory with a convincing 3-0 win against its opponent from the American University. The third-place position was claimed by the Kuwait University team, which emerged triumphant over the Australian College in a penalty shootout.

Walid Nassar, the head of the technical committee for football competitions in the tournament, commended the high level of competition in the female students’ futsal matches, particularly highlighting the strength of the final game. He praised the players for their enthusiasm and commitment to delivering their best performances throughout the matches.

Nassar also shared that this edition of the tournament featured three football competitions, alongside two grass football and futsal competitions for students. He emphasized the importance of such sports gatherings as spaces for students to nurture and showcase their athletic talents.

Underlining the commitment to fostering sports in educational institutions, Nassar acknowledged the School Sports Federation, led by Faisal Al-Maqseed, for its efforts in promoting sports awareness among young people. He expressed appreciation for the cooperation of the Ministry of Education and the 16 university educational institutions participating in the session.

The ongoing edition of the session boasts the participation of approximately five thousand students, both male and female, representing various university institutions and a considerable number of secondary schools. The sports competitions cover a range of disciplines, including volleyball, basketball, padel, and triple basketball for both male and female students, with the events set to continue in succession.

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