Kid ‘Warrior Princess’ wins Dubai’s ‘School’s Got Talent’

By Angel Chan

DUBAI 17 October 2017: Jam-packed with high-energy and enthusiasm, the School’s Got Talent competition hosted by Sun & Sand Sports has approached the finish line.

Over 200 young aspiring athletes across the United Arab Emirates participated in the competition for a chance to win a cash prize of Dh20,000. The contest was open for youngsters between the ages of 7 to 12 in all categories of sport including football, basketball, gymnastics and martial arts.

The competition was in full swing during live auditions held at the Gems Wellington Academy Al Khail, where 25 finalists were selected.

The excitement built up during a live stream of the finals on the Sun & Sand Sports YouTube channel last Friday, October 6th in Knowledge Village, where Lola “The warrior princess” Martinez from Kent College was crowned the winner. Lola captivated the judging panel with her skills in dancing and martial arts, carrying out impressive moves that gave her the name “warrior princess”.

Usman Kashif from Dubai International Academy came in second place with his gymnastics capabilities, and Layla Al Khatib from Cranleigh Abu Dhabi came in third with her strong swimming skills.

School’s Got Talent by Sun & Sand Sports provided a platform for its young contestants to express themselves and make their sporting talents shine. They also got the chance to meet the judging panel that comprised of YouTube star Mo Vlogs, former Arsenal footballer Jehad Muntasser, and radio personality Annah Jacob.