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  • This year the boys and girls teams have played against the Loyola School, Nagaon as well as the St. Xavier’s Junior college, Balipara. The next match has been scheduled against the Livingstone Foundation School, Dimapur.

  • The Assam Valley School Cricket Team also takes part in the YPS Six-a-side Cricket Tournament yearly. In the year 2006, our Cricket Team reached the semi-finals and Gaurav Gogoi was adjudged the Best Bowler of the tournament who took 7 wickets in the tournament.

  • The Assam Valley School boys played a friendly against a club from Tezpur in June. The match was nail-biting and both the teams fought a tough battle. The match ended with a draw, both the teams scoring two goals each. Unfortunately the Assam Valley School boys lost in penalty shoot-outs with a score of 4-2.

  • The AVS Girls’ Soccer team has a clear history of winning all Inter-school matches. They are presently undergoing an extensive coaching program to face the challenge of playing at the soccer tournament against the Mayo Girls at Ajmer.

  • Neelav Nayan Dutta of class 12 became the winner in Badminton and was awarded best player of the tournament organized by Tezpur District Sports Association during the month of April' 08. Girls badminton team is heading for Mayo Girls, Ajmer to participate in the tournament. Livingstone Foundation School, Dimapur is also expected to come on 1st October to play badminton matches with our boys and girls team.

  • This Inter-House Table Tennis Competition was won by student representatives from the Dhansiri and Kopili Houses.

  • Recently three of our very talented equestrians, Suhavi Arya, Krishna Kanta Gogoi and Anirban Saikia, performed laudably in the Delhi Horse Show, 2008, bringing back two bronze medals and a sixth position in the Hacks events of their respective age divisions. Previously Surya Vijay Singh and Pooja Sutodia made AVS proud by winning gold at various national events, Surya being adjudged the best rider of the junior category in 2004.

  • In Archery 6 AVS students have participated and represented Asom at the National level, while 8 students have represented the AVS at the State level. 1 student received the State Championship and has gone on to develop his skills in Melbourne, Australia.

  • Presently 25 students practice this sport as a specialization. Apart from undergoing a rigorous training regime on campus, students are also taken to SAI centre Guwahati to work with the latest training equipment for Gymnastics.

  • In Yoga many students went for the National Yoga Competition which was held in Guwahati. All the participants from AVS secured a place in the top ten positions