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School team wins Qatar leg of Volkswagen Tournament
February 24 2016 11:31 PM
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SEK School team celebrating their winning the Qatar leg of the 2016 Volkswagen Junior Masters Tournament.

Local school football team SEK has emerged victorious in the Qatar leg of the 2016 Volkswagen Junior Masters Tournament, a corporate social responsibility initiative from
Q-Auto.
Along with the runners-up, Dutch School, they will now compete against 10 teams from across the Middle East in the regional finals, scheduled to take place in Dubai on
March 6 and 7.
Initiated as part of Q-Auto’s support to youth and sports in Qatar, the Volkswagen Junior Masters Tournament aims to connect young individuals with a passion for sport and encourages them to work together in a team, be active and stay healthy.
“The competition, now in its sixth year in Doha, has gone from strength to strength and we are extremely proud to be the driving force behind such an exhilarating tournament,” said Yann Lassade, managing director, Volkswagen, at Q-Auto.
The other teams that competed in this year’s tournament, held at the Markhyia Football Academy, included SFQ, Qatar Foundation, Doha British School, German School, Future IFA, and Newton School.
Established by Volkswagen AG in 2004, the Junior Masters is an international youth tournament for boys under the age of 13 who compete in regional qualification rounds. Taking place in 23 countries worldwide, the event now includes more than 4,700 players and 333 teams.



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