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Denmark Tamil schools compete in Malathy Cup football tournament

Tamil schools across Denmark came together for the Malathy Cup football tournament on February 14.

Divided into year groups, ranging from 2004, 2002, 2000, 1998 and over 18s, students and alumni of the Malathy Tamil academies competed for the prestigious cup.

Tamil schools in Aarhus, Grindsted, Skjern, Herning, Vejle, Struer and Middelfart took part in the tournament, held to commemorate 2nd Lieutenant Malathy.

Results

Group 2004
1st – Grindstead Malathy Tamil School
2nd – Skjern Malathy Tamil School
3rd – Aarhus Malathy Tamil School

Group 2002
1st – Grindstead Malathy Tamil School
2nd – Skjern Malathy Tamil School
3rd -  Vejle Malathy Tamil School

Group 2000
1st - Herning Malathy Tamil School
2nd - Struer Malathy Tamil School
3rd - Aarhus Malathy Tamil School

Group 1998
1st - Skjern Malathy Tamil School
2nd - Vejle Malathy Tamil School
3rd - Middelfart Malathy Tamil School

Over 18 – Team B
1st - Grindstead Malathy Tamil School
2nd - Middelfart Malathy Tamil School
3rd - Skjern Malathy Tamil School

Over 18 – Team A
1st - Herning Malathy Tamil School
2nd - Skjern Malathy Tamil School
3rd - Struer Malathy Tamil School

 
 
 

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