DBC Holds Enthusia 2.0

Disha Mashelkar
20 Mar 2020
Don Bosco Panjim

Winners receiving Enthusia 2.0 Trophy

Sports organised for youth by the youth is the need of the hour because sports played an important role in providing an holistic approach to our education system in the past and continues so even today said Chief Guest Principal DBHSS Fr. Savio Gomes inaugurating the all Goa inter college sports festival, Enthusia 2.0 recently.

Sports is a perfect medium to prohibit the growth of bad habits and addictions implying the usage of youth energy for the good of themselves and society said Fr. Gomes. He also commented on leaving football from the list of Enthusia this year as HOD BPED Ajith Gopi remarked the idea of promoting and upgrading other sports activities to the level of football.

Enthusia 2.0 was hosted by Don Bosco College, Panaji (DBC) department of Physical Education for the second consecutive year. Guest of Honour Principal DBC Dr. Cedric Silveira welcomed the participants.

The two days were marked with high levels of energy, skills, competitiveness and the show of sportsmanship amongst students. On day two the competition grew intense as the teams strove hard to etch their names on the coveted Enthusia 2.0 golden trophy.

The Don Bosco College, Panaji excellent example of participation and sportsmanship won them the award for the best overall team with GCQ, Quepem bagging the runners up.
Goa University, Bambolim emerged winners in volleyball with St. Xavier’s Mapusa emerging runners up. Rosary College, Navelim won the Handball with Don Bosco College, Panaji coming in as runners up. In Kabaddi, Don Bosco College, Panaji scored the first place with GCQ, Quepem coming in at second. Ashish was adjudged best player of volleyball, Nehas for Kabaddi and Ayyaz for Handball.

Chief Guest PI, Philomeno Costa addressing the participants at the closing ceremony said, the necessity of such sporting events can never be undermined and their occurrence is a must as we can take back many lessons and skills such as discipline, hard-work and dedication. He also congratulated the organisers and the participants.

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