Putting their best foot forward

Lucie Rychla
October 25th, 2015

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On Saturday October 3, the Denmark International School Network held its annual soccer tournament at Svanemøllen Kaserne in Copenhagen.

Some 200 boys and girls from the Copenhagen International School (CIS), Rygaards, NGG and Esbjerg International School took part in the sporting event. In total, 19 teams competed in 51 games.

Students from CIS won the under-12 and under-16 competitions, while Rygaards brought home a trophy for the under-14 competition.

“With excellent games, warm weather, great food and an awesome team effort from the CIS Sports Club, the DISN Soccer tournament was a great success!” commented Robert Reynolds, an athletics director at CIS.

The event is traditionally organised by the Copenhagen International School, which was recently certified as a sports club for the Gentofte Municipality.

The same four schools will get together again on October 31, when the NGG International School is hosting the DISN Soccer Cup for pupils in the under-8 and under-10 categories.


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