Prize Giving At St. Andrew's High School, Nov 19th, 2013

St. Aandrew's was able to add another player to make it 4 players for the rest of the game. In the last 5 minutes of the game you could tell that St. Andrew's was getting tired from only having 4 players playing. With only 5 minutes remaining in the game St. Andrew's manage to tie the game. St. Andrew's went to Elizabeth Maka when they had the ball she was able to penetrate and scored and Havelu could not stopped her. This game ended by St. Andrew's winning by 3 points. 

The TNBA was able to attend the St Andrew's Graduation Ceremony Programme on Tuesday the 19th of November, 2013. The TNBA was able to award a trophy and medallions to the St Andrew's girls, also we gave a basketball jersey and short to Elizabeth Maka for being the best player of the tournament.

The TNBA would like to thank FIBA OCEANIA for the basketball jersey and gifts that was donated to the TNBA, in which we gave a jersey to our most valueable player Elizabeth Maka.
The TNBA would like to say thank you to Mo'ungalakepa Maka the Principal of St Andrew's and also to Naite the school secretary for allowing the students to leave early on game day. Last and not least Rick and Loa for leaving work and helping out on game.


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