The Inter-School Women’s Group A Volleyball Championship Match was held tonight. Pui Ching defeated Santa Rosa De Lima English Secondary School, securing its 16th consecutive championship.
In summary, Pui Ching won the championship and the third place in the Women's Group A volleyball tournaments as well as the championship in Women's Group B and Women's Group C tournaments.
The Men's Group A championship match will take place tomorrow evening (February 6th) at 7:00 PM. Pui Ching will be striving to defend its title. Please come and support our team at the University of Macau Sports Complex or watch the live broadcast on Macau Sports Channel.
The 47th Inter-School Swimming Competition was held on January 20th and 27th. This year's competition attracted 593 participants from 43 schools. 74 student athletes from our school competed in the event and won a total of 46 medals, including 24 golds, 14 silvers, and 8 bronzes. Our athletes also broke a total of 6 records during the competition.
On the second day of the competition, our students continued to excel and broke 3 more records, in the Men’s Group E 50m Breaststroke, Women’s Group A 100m Butterfly, and the Women’s Group A 4x50m Medley Relay Race.
In the Inter-School Women’s Division C Volleyball Finals, Pui Ching emerged victorious with a straight 2-0 win against Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary School, clinching the Women’s Division C championship for the 2023-2024 academic year.
In the Inter-School Volleyball Competition, our student athletes emerged victorious in both the Women’s Division B finals against Santa Rosa de Lima English Secondary School and the Men’s Division C finals against Instituto Salesiano, clinching the championship in both categories for this academic year.
The first day of the Inter-School Swimming Competition concluded successfully. Our student athletes achieved excellent results, winning a total of 12 gold, 10 silver, and 4 bronze medals.
In particular, our relay team (Kwok Hei-Ching, Cheng Wing-Chi, Kwong Sin-Ian, and Wong Hoi-Tong) set a new record and won the gold medal in the Women’s Group A 4x50m Freestyle Relay. In addition, Choi Cheok-Io and Ng Chi-Hin both won gold medals and broke previous records in their respective individual events. We appreciate the efforts of our students and look forward to their continued success in the second round of the competition on January 27th