Greetings your Eminence and fellow AFC Family!
We're wrapping up our Mid-Year exams today. Tomorrow we'll have our final school Assembly and Mass for Term 2. We're indeed grateful to the staff and students for all the efforts put in to our exams. Below are the Form 7 focusing on their exams.
We'll break for two weeks beginning next Monday 21st of June. In fact, it won't be a real break as the different sporting events will continue. Likewise, holiday classes have been organized.
Our rugby result for last week was very disappointing as far as the senior 1XV is concerned. They lost to Liahona 8 - 29.
You can see the downcast heads of the boys! They had more possession and territory but couldn't capitalize. Hence, it's back once again to the drawing board.
As the Technical Advisor, I have to step up and demand that we go back to basics as far as the training is concerned. Hence, this week we hit the 'Obstacles'! I know this will further strengthen every fiber, muscle, and bones on their bodies. More importantly, that will maximize their mental strength.
Interestingly, Grades 1, 2, & 4 are doing well since the beginning of the tournament. Last week U13A beat Tonga Side Sch 19 - 13; U14A beat St. Andrew 28 - 15; U13B lost to Toloa 0 - 3, a very tough game indeed; U16 won against Tonga H/Sc 6 - 5. Below, the U14A with their jubilant looks after their win against SAHS!
The soccer competitions opened last Friday. You can see from the photo below that AFC stood out at the ceremony. Hopefully, they'll stand out in the results as well!
Below are the U13 girls psyching up before their match!
As you can see from the next photos, our Cassava plantations are growing well. Somebody suggested that we should harvest now!
We're eternally grateful for all the support and prayers offered for the college in these last two weeks of exams.
May God continue to bless our Apifo'ou Family, both at home and abroad.