DMC sweeps gold medals as overall Shield winner at 2012 HCT Sports Day

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Despite a brave performance from its rivals, Dubai Men’s College triumphed to secure the Overall Winner title at the HCT Sports Day 2012, winning 5 sports competition out of a total of 6.

DMC seized the gold medal in football, volleyball, basketball, table tennis and foosball.

The DMC sports contingent which took out the title of Overall Winner at the HCT Sports Day.

DMC organized and hosted the event on March 8, 2012, for the 7th consecutive year. Around 300 students representing the seven HCT Men’s Colleges took part in 6 activities includes, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Table Tennis, Billiards and Foosball. They went through an excellent competition in various games and witnessed a great deal of excitement and enthusiasm from the start to the end.

Its football team beat SMC 1-0 in a dramatic final to win the title. SMC came second and MZMC finished third.

DMC football players in action

DMC’s volleyball team matched their soccer mates’ success as they achieved victory 2-0 over each of the other colleges to comfortably clinch the Volleyball title. ADMC was the closest rival with second place, while SMC trailed in third.

A hotly contested volleyball match in full swing

In Basketball, the team followed the path of their other squads and won the first place, ADMC came second and SMC was convincing in third place.

Students get some 'air time' as they contested a basketball match at the Sports Day.

Marwan Mansoor DMC Table Tennis Champion put the college team in front along with Salah and won the title comfortably. RKMC followed as second and ADMC third.

In foosball, Ali Al Shamsi, Abdul-Aziz, Ahmad Easa and Rashed Nasib did their part in Foosball and walked away with the trophy smoothly leaving ADMC in second place and RKMC in third.

The Billiard title was taken by FMC, followed by ADMC in second place and SMC in third.

Concluding the sports day, Phil Corcos, DMC Associate-Director, presented the winners from the different colleges with their medals and trophies.