Welcome to the first ever edition of the Gulf Youth Sport Monday Roundup. This exciting new feature takes a whistlestop tour of the sporting achievements of the region's young athletes over the last seven days. If you would like to feature in future editions, tag GYS on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Alternatively email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kings Al Barsha beaming after Ella's success
Kings Al Barsha's Ella Mayhew triumphed at an inter-club gymnastics event in Abu Dhabi over the weekend. Her performance on the beam clinched a gold medal. Click here to find out more on Instagram.
UDO Academy dance event hailed a fair success
UDO Academy of Dubai were delighted at the turnout for their Spring Fair. A whopping 135 students performed across 11 performances. Click here to find out more on Facebook.
Double delight for DIA Dubai
DIA Dubai has been in sensational form lately in the volleyball department. A number of superb displays have been crowned with DASSA championship wins at the U14 age group in both the boys and girls sections. Click here to find out more on Twitter.
Emirates earn cup final spot
Emirates International School Jumeirah's U16 football side produced a fantastic performance to see off Repton in their semi-final match. Good luck to them in their DASSA Cup final on Wednesday. Click here to find out more on Instagram.
Sophia savours Swiss success
Hamilton Aquatics celebrated another success in the pool, after the recent heroics of Lewis Burras. This time it was Sophia Dumont taking the plaudits. Click here to find out more on Instagram.
Aditya swings for the stars
There was some individual success to add to the team triumphs in a fantastic sporting week for DIA Dubai. Year six pupil Aditya was in top form on the golf course, finishing clear of the field to take the title. Click here to find out more on Instagram.
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