The rains last week had nearly spoiled the show for OTHL.
All the school grounds soaked with water and pools of water all over the place.
It took OTHL team a while to decide what crisis management measures can be taken.
With the arrival of another Trustee, V Ravichandran, it was expected to have nothing less than a super show...
Aditya embraces hockey amidst rain and unabatting enthusiasm
Up and coming educational institution of repute, Aditya Vidhyasram of Puducherry, embraced hockey on Tuesday, the 23rd November.
The occasion was marked by a simple but impressive function attended by a couple of Hockey Citizen Group trustees including V. Ravichandran.
The school principal and hockey conscious M. Selvaraj also graced the occasion.
A batch of girls and boy...
The crucial last phase of the innovative Schools Hockey League 2009 has commenced. The last week of November will take the Special Schools Trophy to its home -- which will be decided after all the seven matches are completed in Puducherry this week.
Two matches each on 23rd and 24th have been held on Tuesday and Wednesday, but not before the organiers climbed a mountain of problem before the ball was set in motion.
The unexpected rain placed the well-thought out program on wro...
As the year 2009 year comes to a close, One Thousand Hockey Legs prepares to conclude the Hockey season for this year.
Next 4 days, will have the 'Final Round of League Matches' in Puducherry, the final Grand Quiz followed by giving out the 'Best School in Hockey 2009' Trophy....
After about six months of home work, our OTHL kicked off in Kolkata. We had two days of program, following is the sum up of Day 1 (26 Oct '09).
Our day started with our meeting of Don Bosco School ( Park Circus) Principal to request them to take up OTHL. Mrs Britto, teacher in the same school. introduced us to Principal, Father Siby. We explained him our objectives and handed him the letter inviting his school into our programme. Fr. Siby promised to get back to us after cons...
Owing to my professional commitments, the Day 2 (27th Oct ’09)started a bit late for us. It was almost noon by the time we reached Khalsa High School Bhowanipore.
This school had a reputation of playing hockey in the past but at present there is a paucity of regular players in the age group (standards 6-9) and the School was eager to join our programme. Moreover, despite having a sizable number of girls in the school, none of the girls have ever played hockey, which was contrary ...
One Thousand Hockey Legs is has received all the entries for the Hockey Essay Competition in Pondicherry.
Thanks to the Project Officer, K Manickam, all the entries were collected and dispatched to OTHL team....
Hockey Citizen Group announces:
ONE THOUSAND HOCKEY LEGS ESSAY COMPETITION, PUDUCHERRY
What do you have to do:
Write an essay on any of the following topics:
1) Why Sports is Important?
2) My favourite Hockey Player?
3) My Hockey Dreams
Maximum words: 800-1000
Language: English (Hand-written or typed)
Eligibility: Open for Class 5th - 9th Children
Last Date of Submission to Scho...
I learnt hockey as a student of Jaigopal Garodia Vivekananda Higher Secondary School in my hometown, Chennai. I always wanted, like me, students in Chennai should have an opportunity to play and enjoy hockey in their school premises.
Students can play hockey only when the game is played in the schools. It was not often the case, as most schools do not practice hockey nowadays.
I was happy last month when I was called to be among the visiting party of the Hockey ...
All the efforts we in the Hockey Citizen Group put in in the last eight months blossomed to a satisfying level in the second week of August.
The purpose was to kick off the Hockey League in schools -- play and host matches in school premises, and also to spread knowledge in an exciting manner, and it was accomplished with the conduct of series of Quizzes in all the partner schools.
With the intent of promoting hockey culture, One Thousand Hockey Legs, a project ...
Developing sustained passion for Hockey by introduction of Hockey to pre and early teenaged children and simultaneously promoting playing sport as a culture and tradition, thereby contributing to develop a sports loving society.