All major team games like Cricket,lawn tennis, Table tennis , Handball, Basketball, Kho-Kho and Volley ball are played in the school. Well trained coaches have been engaged by the school in order to provide specialized training to the students. Students interested in participating in games get coaching in the morning and in the evening before and after school hours. All the year round Inter – House matches, are conducted. Many of our players, Cricket, gymnasts, judokas and swimmers have won recognition at the national level, too
MGN is built on the belief that the hope of civilization is to have citizens of, character. This can be achieved by developing healthy bodies. MGN Public School has provisions for all major sports and games like Athletics, Cricket, Tennis, Chess, Handball, Basket Ball, Table Tennis, Skating and Football. Professional coaches guide and train the young sports persons.
Promoting the ‘Sporting Spirit’ the school hosts Bhai Gobind Singh Pasricha Memorial All India Cricket Tournament organized by MGN Educational Trust every year. Cricket teams from all over India are invited to participate in this event. Boarding and lodging and other facilities are provided to the participating teams absolutely free of cost. 15 teams participated in the tournament held in Oct., 2008.
Massive centuries by Mayank Agarwal and Mandeep Singh helped India Under-19 completely outplay Australia Under-19 in the second one-dayer at the Bellerive Oval. Agarwal’s 160 and Mandeep’s unbeaten 151 powered India to an unassailable 371 for 4 and the contest was so one-sided that the hosts failed to reach 200.
The Indian batsmen took full advantage of the flat batting wicket and sunny skies after winning the toss. Alister McDermott struck in the ninth over but Australia had to wait till the 45th for their next breakthrough, by which time Mandeep and Agarwal had added 270. Agarwal slammed five sixes and 18 fours in his 142-ball knock before he was bowled by Jackson Coleman. Mandeep was equally harsh on the bowlers, hitting eight sixes and ten fours.
The Australians got off to a poor start, losing two wickets for 13 and they struggled to build partnerships even close to what the Indians achieved, the highest being 77 between Tom Beaton and Tim Armstrong for the fourth wicket. Beaton top scored with 73 off 79 balls before he was stumped off the offspinner Kundan Singh, who took 4 for 38. Adam Coyte was unable to bat after suffering a bicep injury while fielding and the innings ended on 184 for 9. India now lead the three-match series 2-0. The teams will stay back in Hobart for the first Test starting Saturday.
“It was awesome to see the Indians batting today and going so hard at us and bat so well,” the Australian captain Tom Triffit said. “They play so differently to us, they’ve got different strengths and they utilised the short boundary so well and we probably didn’t bowl quite as well as we would have liked.
IshanSodhi, Mansumit Singh, JasmeetKaur got Runners-up position in Rural and Open State while Fiza, Tushika and Samridhi won Third position in Open State.
In CBSE Cluster Harvistar Singh won Gold medal in Discuss and Shot-put Throw. He also broke the CBSE Record in Shot-put. In Open State at Bathinda
In District Tournament Radhika won Gold, she also won Silver medal in State and got selected for Nationals.