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Smiley Saturdays - 15 (Accomplishment)

At times, it's not just about Winning. Accomplishing a part of your dreams too leads to Smiles. This happened with us on our last Football Tournament. On paper, our team the Energy Hawks was Third. We gave our one of the Best performance against the 2nd favorite team in semis, but lost the match in penalty shoot-out. It was a recurrence of what happened last year. Scared us, played for the 3rd position against the Dark Horse team of the tournament and finally won it. It wasn't our best show, but sheer feeling of Winning brought us the Smile of Accomplishment.
This picture wasn't shot by me, but my friend Jaswinder aka JD who came at the right moment and voluntarily became our official photographer (Mind it, none of the other teams had any).
The Energy Hawks
(Nikon D5000 18-55mm Auto mode shot)
Another shot of an Accomplished GoaldKeeper's Smile....
Deepak - Undisputed Best Goalie of the Tournament(Nikon D5000 18-55mm Auto mode shot)

Keep Smiling....I love to Click it :)


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  1. So true! Winning is never important! Liked The title, smiley saturdays:)

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  2. Hey! Thanks for the visit and Like @twitter-463603897:disqus :) I have been trying to post Smiles every Saturdays for about over an year as Smiley Saturdays...

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  3. Third is best..! And you did give your best shot. Keep playing :)

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  4. :) Thank you... Yes, we tried to give our Best...and the Best part was that we enjoyed it thoroughly...

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  5. The feeling of winning is certainly worth celebrating. Rightly mentioned here in the post.

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  6. :) @SustainableSphere:disqus Not just winning but celebrating the effort and enjoying the moment too. Glad you liked it...

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  7. Winning Bronze was an achievement but most importantly this tournament has brought all the team members closer by heart which I will cherish for very long time :) :)

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  8. @knowthine:disqus Who knows better thn us :)

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