On the 8th and 9th of November 2013, The Regent’s School Pattaya took on the challenge of The Phuket International Football Tournament alongside 1,100 competitors from all over Asia – achieving excellent results!
Hosted by the British International School Phuket, The Senior Boys, Senior girls and Under 13 boys teams took part in the biggest Phuket International Tournament to date with the Senior Boys team achieving an impressive second place after winning 11 matches!
Regent’s School footballers pose for a group photo during the tournament in Phuket, held from 8-9 November.
It was also the tournament debut for the Senior Girls team who came fourth in their pool with two great wins.
PE Teacher and Senior Girls Coach, Samantha Howing-Nicholls, commented: “I am extremely proud of the Senior Girls team and what they have achieved. The girls have really enjoyed their first experience of the Phuket International Tournament which has only encouraged them to keep up the hard work ready for the Senior Games in February!”
Head of Physical Education, Paul Madden, added: “Football at The Regent’s School Pattaya has gone from strength to strength over the years with many of our teams winning ESAC competitions, local tournaments and even winning the FOBISIA Games. We are very proud of all our teams, not just for their performances but also for their sportsmanship and ability to embrace a challenge.”