As written by Samantha Scott of Valley RFC, 12 February 2022
The limited restrictions on outdoor activities and pitch closures threw a spanner in the works in our sport activity program we run for the Valley Foundation Bright Girls, however we were not going to let this stop us from exploring other opportunities. In this instance, taking the initiative to add Trial Walking to our current repertoire of Rugby, Hockey and Netball.
On a crisp Tuesday morning the Valley Bright Girls, from Integrated Brilliant Education (IBEL), ventured out on a hike to take on the Amah’s Rock trail. Starting at Tai Wai, they began leisurely making their way up the trial. Taking in turns to lead the group, the girls were persistent and encouraging of each other as the trial grew with intense. As they reached Amah’s Rock, they were greeted with spectacular views of the wider Shatin region and had a well-deserved lunch break before making their way back down.
It was promising to see the girl’s putting effort and enjoyment into the day, they displayed determination, enjoyment and teamwork – all of which are just some of the key driving values we strive to instill through our Valley Foundation Bright Girls sports program. We appreciate the support of partnering with organisations such as Integrated Brilliant Education who help us form these connections with girls throughout Hong Kong.
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