Basketball – CISCE Champions!
Mallya Aditi International School emerged as the winners at the CISCE championship for 2019. The Under-19 Girls team beat Bishop Cottons 29/27 in the finals and the Under-14 Girls team beat New Horizon 27/16 in the finals and won in their respective categories. Ameya Krishnaswamy was awarded as the Most Promising Player in the Under-14 category and Diya Stella Kesari was awarded the Most Promising Player in the Under-19 category for the tournament.
New Horizon Basketball Tournament
The Aditi Under-14 Girls’ Basketball team came in as Runners Up at the New Horizon State-Level Inter-School Basketball Tournament. They emerged as winners in their pool, beating four other schools to make it to the finals. New Horizon School beat us 19/22 in the finale. Mridya Sood was awarded the Most Promising Player of the tournament.
The MAIS Under-14 girls’ basketball team came in as runners-up in their home tournament, held between the 7th and 9th of February 2019. Although they lost to Vidyashilp in the finals, Riddhi Raj of Std. 07 was awarded the most promising player!
Aditi Under-11 Girls Basketball Team Win Big at BIS!
On the 28th of February, Bangalore International School hosted an Interschool Basketball Tournament. The Aditi Under-11 girls’ team, made up of students from Stds. 04 and 05 placed first in the tournament, after defeating teams from Greenwood High, Legacy School and BIS.
Shooting Baskets at Vidyashilp – Jan 2019
Mallya Aditi International School’s Under-14 Girls’ Basketball team came in third place at the Vidyashilp Basketball Tournament.
Mridya Sood of Std. 07 was awarded the Most Promising Player award.
CISCE Under-19 Football
From the 5th to the 11th of September 2018, the Aditi Boys’ under-19 team participated in U-19 CISCE Football Tournament (Karnataka region). Aditi U-19 Boys won the tournament and seven students – Ved Devaiah, Gaurav Jhangiani, George Poonnen, Advait Shah, Vedant Jouhari, Vir Manepally and Jasper Joel have been selected to play in the Nationals at Kolkata. Two Aditi students, Ved Devaiah and George Poonnen were also selected to play in the School Games Federation of India tournament at Rajasthan.
Neev Friendship Sports League for Basketball
Mallya Aditi were runners up in the Neev Friendship Sports League for Basketball in the Under-14 girls category (Std. 08 and below). They lost to Greenwood High in the finals after having emerged as winners in their pool beating three schools (New Horizon Gurukul , Canadian International School and Neev Academy).
St John’s Basketball Tournament
The Aditi girls under-11 team represented the school at the St John’s Basketball Tournament in the sub-juniors category (Std. 05 and below) and emerged as the winners. They beat Baldwin’s Girls’ School in the quarterfinals 13/3; they beat Sophia’s 12/10 in the semi-finals; and they beat the Bishop Cottons’ team 9/8 in the finals. Gauri Patil of Std. 05 was awarded the most promising player of the tournament.
Aditi Sports Fest 2018
The Aditi Sports Festival took place from August 6th to 8th on our campus. Over fifteen schools took part in the football and basketball (under-18) championships.
MAIS won the football finals against Inventure Academy in a nail-biting match; the girls’ tournament was won by Inventure Academy.
In basketball, the Bishop Cotton girls’ team won against the home team in the finals; and the boys’ tournament was won by the DPS (South) boys’ team.
Aditi Girls Shine at Inter-School Basketball Tournament
The Aditi girls basketball team took part in the New Horizon State-Level Inter-School Basketball Tournament, Under-13 Category held on the 2nd and 3rd of August 2018. Our girls were the winners of the tournament. Mridya Sood was awarded the best player.
MAIS sweeps awards at Home Tournament
The MAIS Senior Girls Basketball team won the Aditi Sports Fest 2017 against Bishop Cotton Girls’ School. The score was 41-37. Simran Agarwal was awarded the Best Player and Mira Sachdev was awarded the Highest Scorer.
The MAIS Senior Boys Basketball team came Runners Up in the Aditi Sports Fest 2017. They lost to VNS in the finals. Vir Singh was awarded Most Promising Player.
The MAIS Junior Girls Basketball team won the Junior Aditi Sports Fest 2017 against Bishop Cotton Girls’ School by 11 points. The score was 40-29. Nosha Harry Pynam was awarded the Best Player. Diya Stella Kesari was awarded Most Promising Player.
MAIS Junior and Senior Girls team win KISA 2017
Our Junior and Senior Girls Basketball teams won the KISA 2017 tournament held in BGS World School. 13 players from our school were selected to represent Karnataka in the ASISC National tournament 2017.
The score in the Junior Girls Finals against Vidyashilp Academy was 31-21. The score in the Senior Girls Finals against Vidyaniketan High School was 29-18.
Arushi Bhandari was awarded the Best Player in the senior category and Trisha Alur was awarded Best Player in the junior category.
Aditi Girls win Swimming Gold!
Yamini Srikanth (12 Aice) won 3 Gold medals at the 2nd Open Swimming Competition, held at XLR8. The categories were 25m Fly, 25m Freestyle and 25m Back Stroke.
Adya Kadambari (11 Aice) won a Gold medal in 25m Breast Stroke; and Silver in Back Stroke and Butterfly Stroke..
Aditi Girls and Boys’ Football Teams win Home Tournament
The Aditi Sports Fest was held on August 21-23 2017. The teams that participated were Vidyashilp Academy, Vidyaniketan, St Joseph’s Boys High School, Bethany High, FAPS, Bishop Cotton’s High School, Clarence High School and Brigade School . The MAIS U-18 Girls and Boys’ football teams won the tournament. The Best Goalkeeper was awarded to Vedant Jouhari (11D). Most Promising Player was awarded to Aniruddh Ajila (10D). Aniruddh was also awarded Best Player at the Vidyashilp Academy Home Tournament in October 2017.
MAIS U-12 Boys win Gopalan Cricket Challenge
MAIS U-12 boys participated in the Gopalan Cricket Challenge in the month of August 2017.
MAIS defeated DPS East in the Semi Finals, and Greenwood High in the Finals, emerging as champions. Samit Dravid was awarded Man of the Series.
MAIS girls in winning Karnataka team at ASISC November 2017
The Junior Girls Basketball team representing Karnataka won the National Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC) basketball tournament held on November 13-14, 2017 in Trivandrum at Sarvodaya Vidyalaya. Karnataka beat Maharashtra in the finals 62-45 .Simran Agarwal of MAIS was named the Best Player of the tournament. The team was coached by Pramod SK and Assistant Coach Sunayana Swarup.
The Karnataka 12 member squad were selected from five different schools: Mallya Aditi International School (6), Vidya Shilp Academy (3), Vidya Niketan School (1), Little Flower Public School (1) and Deccan International School (1).
The Senior Girls Basketball representing Karnataka won the National Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC) basketball tournament held on November 16-18, 2017 in Trivandrum at Sarvodaya Vidyalaya. Karnataka beat Telangana in the finals 43-26. Aastha Vartak, the skipper of MAIS was named the Best Player of the tournament.The team was coached by Sunayana Swarup .
The Karnataka 12 member squad were selected from three different schools: Mallya Aditi International School (7), Vidya Niketan School (3) and Amber Valley School (2).
U-16 Boys win MAIS Home Tournament
MAIS won its home tournament in the U-16 Boys category, conducted on the 6-9th of October 2017. Best Goalkeeper was awarded to Yashas Unni (9C). Most Promising Player award was given to Jasper Joel (9D).
MAIS beats Bangalore International School in BIS Home Tournament 2017
MAIS Girls Basketball team beat BIS in the finals, with a score of 27-25.
MAIS girls win BIS Basketball Tournament
MAIS won the Inter-school Basketball Tournament conducted by Bangalore International School.
Rhea Chawla of Std. 9C got the Best Player Award.
MAIS U-18 team win CIS Tournament
The MAIS U-18 team won the football tournament held at Canadian International School Tournament in November 2016.
Rohahn Vardhan was awarded Best Player of the tournament.
Karnataka Girls Team Defend Title
The Karnataka Girls Team defended their title in the Senior Girls( ISC) category at the 20th Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC) National Basketball Tournament held at the GMC Stadium in Hyderabad. Prateksha Mohan, Rishika Gowda, Arushi Bhandari and Mira Sachdev of Std. 10 were part of the winning team.
Results : Finals: Karnataka v/s Kerala ( 45-19) Semi finals: Karnataka v/s Utter Pradesh (51-24) Quarter finals: Karnataka v/s Bihar ( 42-24) Pool matches: Karnataka v/s West Bengal ( 34-13) Karnataka v/s AP Telangana ( 35-26) Karnataka v/s North West ( 39-15)