FOOTBALL ace Estelle Johnson has spent a week conducting skill clinics and meeting and greeting sports-lovers at different schools and clubs across the island in a bid to inspire the next generation of players.
There’s a stereotype that teens don’t manage their emotions, their emotions manage them. But in an atmosphere of trust and support, teens can become adept at identifying their emotions, learn to recognise the tricks emotions play on them … and begin to understand not only how to control their emotions but to use them in positive ways.
More than 55,000 people from 40 local and expat communities will take part in the upcoming ‘Bahrain For All’ festival on March 30 at Prince Khalifa bin Salman Park in Hidd, supported by Tamkeen. There will be performances representing the Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Filipino, Jordanian, Ethiopian, Thai, Bangladeshi, and Egyptian communities, among others. Special needs children from RIA Institute and Hidd Rehabilitation Centre will also put on special performances.
Early birds and Awali Golf Club tournament directors awoke last Friday morning to peer through the curtains into a fog laden atmosphere. With a delayed start necessary and a field of nearly 100 players, a flurry of messages was sent with the diktat that later tee-off players must allow earlier players to have started their 10th hole before they joined the fray.