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Kids festival schools receive Just Play equipment

Each school was given 4 bags of equipment each containing 2 x soccer balls, 4 cones, 8 markers, 10 bibs plus a pump and a whistle.
The value of the equipment adds up to a total of more than $4000-00 Solomon Islands dollars.
The handover of the Just Play equipment to the schools was conducted by the Third Secretary of the Australian High Commission, William Ewing.
The equipment that was given to the schools was meant to complement the Just Play training teachers from the participating schools received while attending the kids football festival program.
In addition to the equipment, the teachers were also handed their certificates for successfully completing their Just Play training.
Each school was represented by 2 teachers for the Just Play training which was conducted by the Solomon Islands Football Federation (SIFF) Technical Department and led by Noel Wagapu.
Several teachers from Honiara who participated in the first Just Play workshop also turned up to assist with the delivery of the coaching to the teachers who attended the kids festival.
The Just Play program is funded by the Australian Government through the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC).
Several other countries in the Oceania region, including Tonga and Vanuatu are benefitting from Just Play which is targeting football development at the junior level.
Just Play was launched in Solomon Islands in May of this year.

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