Though Harper managed to connect the bat with a couple of balls, he was eventually bowled out by pacer Prithvi of ninth class.
"After playing cricket for a while, Harper moved to the adjacent hockey ground to dribble with the stick and flick the white ball by joining the school's girls team led by captain Nandini S. Patil of 12th class," the official said.
Canadian Sports Minister Baljit Gosal, however, joined the rival boys team led by Yash Gopalka, a Class 12 student.
"In the 10-minute game, the boys' team with Baljit in the forwards outplayed the girls' team with Harper too in the front scoring two goals against nil. Harper took the defeat in a sportive spirit and congratulated Gosal for his skills with the stick," the official recalled.
Earlier, Harper and his wife Laureen Harper were greeted by the boys and girls of the premier convent school in the city waving the Indian tri-colour and Canadian flag. Both of them shook hands with students.
Karnataka Diocese bishop Sadananda and boys' school principal John P Zachariah briefed the Harpers about the school, its students and their achievements.