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First Games Held for NCFU Rector’s Cup

Date of material placement: 12-02-2014, 12:44.

The opening contest for the NCFU Rector’s Cup – 2013-2014 held at the Physical Training Department’s Gym matched different Institutes – the Institute for Oil and Gas, the Institute for Construction, Transport and Engineering, the Institute for Life Sciences, the Institute for Mathematics and Natural Sciences, the Institute for Humanities, the Institute for Electric Power Engineering, Electronics and Nanotechnologies, the Institute for Economics and Management, and the Institute for Education and Social Sciences.

The contest started at 18:00 as scheduled, and the first ones to take the ball were the teams of the Institute for Mathematics and Natural Sciences who won a game against the Institute for Humanities (24:17). Then the Institute for Oil and Gas played against the Institute for Life Sciences, after which the "IT”-team defeated the team representing the Institute for Economics and Management, and the last two teams to lock horns were those of the Institute for Construction, Transport and Engineering vs the Institute for Education and Social Sciences.

All the matches included 2 periods 10 minute-long each, and as a rule the first period was spent "warming up” and getting to know each other, while the rest of the games proved more intense bringing more of a score. They say no foul no game, and this was the case here, too. And all the penalties after foul were productive. But Player 9 of the Institute for Electric Power Engineering, Electronics and Nanotechnologies stole the show – he threw the ball while falling down and yet hit the mark.

The strongest won, of course, thus winning their place in further games. And we will just remind you that the contest the NCFU Rector’s Cup – 2013-2014 (various sports) started on November 18, 2013 to wind up in May, while basketball shall show the strongest ones on February 21.

 

Elena Fedorova

Institute for Humanities