25 August 2014

Open Day Soccer fever

RMIT Soccer team

Playing football with your feet is one thing, but playing football with your heart is another….

Over 100 students competed in a recent Soccer Challenge held as part of RMIT Open Day.

Seventen teams competed fiercely in the challenge, which took place at the Bundoora Netball and Sports Centre.

Four finalists, teams Oman, Puyol Pants Down, and two unnamed teams fought it out for victory.

Oman, who were runners-up in last semester’s event, took out the gold medal match, with unnamed teams, made up of individual players who were grouped together on the day, taking second and third places.

Maadh Hamed Alyahmadi from team Oman was awarded Most Valuable Player of the tournament.

The Soccer Challenge was funded by the Student Services and Amenities Fee and supported by the RMIT Soccer club.

Check out more of the action at Link’s Sports and Recreation Facebook photo album.

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