Registry dethrones School at ISL’s 31st school sports meet

Registry (Red House) deposed Bursary (White House) to win the 31st Inter-House Athletics Competition International School University of Lagos (ISL) held at the International School Sports Ground, University of Lagos.

Registry garnered 14 gold, seven silver and four bronze medals to come tops, as Congregation (Purple House) came second with nine gold, seven silver and 10 bronze medals.

Chancellery (Yellow House) finished third with seven gold, four silver and two bronze medals, while Senate (Blue), placed fourth with four gold, 15 silver and eight bronze medals.

Bursary (White House) occupied fifth position with four gold, five silver and 11 bronze medals, however, the defending champion, School (Green House), came sixth place on the log after registering three gold, three silver and six bronze medals.


In the march past, Senate came tops with 93 points, Bursary was second with 89 points, while School had 88 points to get the third position, Registry fourth with 83 points, Congregation fifth with 78 points and Chancellery sixth with 76 points.

Mohammed Femisola was adjudged the best athlete after winning four gold medals in the 800 metres, 1500 metres, 400 metres and 4×100 metres.

Speaking at the event, the school’s Acting Principal, K.O. Amusan, said the competition is part of the school’s extra-curricular activities that encourage healthy living and exposing hiding talents among students.

“We are here to celebrate our 31st inter-house sports competition. It is a special one because our school just turned 40 years and it is our 40th Founder’s Day edition. This year’s competition is a very unique one as we using our own field for the first time as against the University of Lagos Sports Centre we used in the past.


“When we talk about a school’s setting, school is not just about academics as they say that all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. The inter-house sports competition is very important because it allows for healthy competitions among students and even the staff. The health benefits are numerous,” he said.

Also speaking at the event, Chairman of occasion and Group Managing Director of Vita Foam Nigeria Plc, Mr. Taiwo Ayodele Adeniyi, who was represented by Mr. Owabamidele Sola, said the event was a celebration of youth, adding that they occupy a very important place in the country.


“For any country to grow, we must encourage them to show the full potential God has deposited in them. The contest is also an opportunity for the students to develop their talents aside from academics. And the corporate bodies have the duties to support sports at the grassroots and anything that is good. That is what Vita Foam is known for because we are a brand that supports talents when we see were talents are being developed and we encourage them,” he stated.