Aimé Césaire college shines at the national school golf championship

Their names are Clémence, Ema, Camille, Lois, Enzo, Noah, Estéban, Neil, Eden, Alexis, Elio, Cédric and Yael. They are the students of the Aimé Césaire college, who distinguished themselves at the French UNSS school golf championships in Faulquemont in Moselle, in June 2022. Supported by the Department, these students from the golf section of the college represented the Reunion Academy during these championships, as players and young referees.

The Aimé Césaire college was the only establishment in France to be present in all categories, including that of “shared sport”. The inclusive school project carried out within the college has enabled it to present a “student with a disability/valid student” pair.

Emmanuelle Morio and Irène Tiné, teachers and managers of the golf section, specify that “The game formula is Foursome or Greensome and is played in match play. Our young referees officiate throughout the tournament. They contribute to the regulation of matches and Coached by PE teachers, co-responsible for the Center Ressource Golf du District Sud and by an educator from the Center la Ressource, the students courageously defended the colors of Reunion and their college with enthusiasm and combativeness. is affirmed day after day”.

It was a great first which was the pride of the establishment directed by Pierre Quentel the principal. The latter did not fail to address his thanks “to the Department for having received to allow the students to participate in the French championships this year. We look forward to seeing you next year to make these meetings regular meetings for young people from college with the highest level of education,” he wrote to President Cyrille Melchior.

At the end of the championship, the Aimé Césaire college finished in fourth place in the ranking, out of 17 establishments. Among its young officials, 2 students (out of 3) are certified “national”. Congratulations to the whole team for defending the colors of our island!

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