Posts Tagged ‘Bowling’
April 25 saw many of our schoolmates heading off to various competitions to win glory for out school. Eager to find out about their performance? Here is a quick summary of all the matches today!
Badminton Boys smashed their way to victory once again, scoring 4-1 against YJC!
Bowling Doubles (Finals)
Our Bowling Team achieved excellent results today, with the Boys Teams coming in 1st and 4th in their squad, and the Girls Team coming in 1st in their squad! Great job!
The Netball Girls have astounded us once again, finishing YJC 99-9! Jia you!
Our Soccer Girls concluded their season on a high note today, with a 1-0 win over JJC (: Great job girls! Congratulations on a fulfilling season!
With their 5-0 win over MJC, our Squash Girls are through to the Finals against RI on the 18/5! Keep a lookout for this exhilarating battle!
Our Tennis Boys fought valiantly against a tough ACS(I) Team, but unfortunately succumbed 0-5. Nevertheless, good effort guys!
Today, our Tennis Girls registered their 4th consecutive win with a score of 5-0! This time, their victim was TJC.
Touch Rugby Girls
Our Touch Rugby Girls were really on form, beating defending champs JJC 4-3, and RI 2-1! This took much teamwork and determination – exactly what will propel us into the finals! Keep it up girls!
Our Volleyball Teams both triumphed 2-0 in their matches today! The Boys played PJC, while the Girls played CJC in the second match of the quarter finals. All the way!
April 23 saw many of our schoolmates heading off to various competitions to win glory for out school. Eager to find out about their performance? Here is a quick summary of the match today!
But before that, the Table Tennis Finals are tomorrow and supporters are wanted!
Anyone else who is free at that time are welcome to come on down! And now, for the results from today:
The Badminton Boys started their season off with a smash, beating JJC 5-0!
Our Bowling Boys rolled their way to an awesome finish with Team 1 coming in 2nd, and Team 2 coming in 4th in their section!
Not to be outdone, our Bowling Girls struck gold today, with Team 1 clinching 1st place in their section! Congrats!
Our Netball Girls continued on their winning streak, scoring 69-30 against NUS(H)! Good job girls!
In a fine show of teamwork and unity, our Soccer Girls defeated NJC 2-1!
Greatness sometimes come packaged with a shroud of mystery… The true battle between our boys and their arch rivals will take place during the finals, projected to be on May 15. Keep an eye out! It will be epic.
Despite putting up a fine show of skill and talent, it was an unfortunate loss of 3-2 to SAJC that our tennis boys suffered, however, they will not be taking this letting down and will continue to strive even harder! Jiayou boys!
The Tennis Girls demonstrated how to win in style once again, holding SAJC down 5-0 in their first quarter finals match today! This is their third consecutive win with such a scoreline. Keep it up, girls! (:
Our Volleyball Boys had a rocky start in their match against VJC, but quickly found their game, beating their opponents 2-1!
HC String Ensemble’s Inspirations X: Enchanté 21st May 2010
The Hwa Chong Choir Presents: Voices in Flight 2010 on 15th May 2010
Competition Report: Inter-school Bridge Championships 2010
5 May: Defeated ACJC 5-0. Match Report of HCI vs ACJC
4 May: Defeated Temasek Junior College 3-2
6 May: Match Report of HCI vs TJC
4 May: Deafeated Dunman High 94-12
7 May: Defeated Temasek Junior College 65-17
4 May: Defeated Jurong Junior College 81-49
7 May: Defeated ACSI 79-34
4 May: Girls Doubles Event: Special mention to Goh Xin Yan who bowled a high game of 245!
7 & 8 May: Girls Quartets Day 1, Boys Quartets Day 2: Aaron Tan of 09S62 who attained a fantastic average of 210! Other JCs completed their games, and HC fell short of the seeded positions this year.
Floorball Girls and Boys
5 May: Boys team lost 4-4 to NYJC, Girls team lost 2-5 to the NYJC
5 May: Defeated Saint Andrews’ Junior College 62-27
7 May: Defeated Anderson Junior College 77-17
4 May: Lost to Serangoon Junior College 0-2, end of season
5 May: Defeated Tampines Junior College 17-1
Tennis Girls and Boys
3 May: Boys – SAJC beat HCI 5-0
4 May: Girls – HCI beat CJC 4-1
7 May: Girls – HCI beat SRJC 5-0
4 May: Amendment to Touch Rugby Finals Report
Volleyball Girls and Boys
6 May: Girls – Defeated Meridian Junior College 2-0: 25-7 and 25-8
7 May: Girls – Lost to ACJC 0-2: 10-25, 20-25, Boys – Defeated Saint Andrews’ Junior College 2-0: 25-8, 25-18
Hot Off the Press: Bowling, Basketball Girls and Boys, Netball, Volleyball Girls and Boys, Tennis GirlsMay 7th, 2010 by CCA PRO
As the girls concluded their final day of the quartets, and the other teams from various JCs bowled their last games of the competition, the dust finally settled. Unsurprisingly, as HCBowl played their finest games in this last event, the other bowlers hailing from other schools gave their best as well. It was not soothing to hear that HC fell short of the seeded positions this year, but we can surely find solace in knowing that HCBowl has exceeded expectations in this year’s Nationals. Well done, HC Bowling!
Basketball Girls and Boys
The girls and boys basketball teams cruised to delectable wins in their 2nd fixtures of the quarterfinals. The girls defeated TJC 65-17 while the boys beat ACSI 79-34. Well done, basketball teams!
At Republic Polytechnic, the girls from the netball team emerged victorious yet again with an emphatic 77-17 victory over AJC. Great job and keep the hot streak going, people!
Volleyball Girls and Boys
The girls’ second match of the quarterfinals saw surprise package ACJC claim a 2-0 win over HCI as the volleyball team conceded the two sets 10-25, 20-25. It’s okay, volleyball, even the good teams have their mishaps once in a while. Let’s bounce back against PJC on Monday! Go Vball!
The guys team, on the other hand, managed to secure a convincing victory of 2-0 against Saint Andrews’ Junior College today, as they dominated both sets 25-8, 25-18. Next Monday they will be facing strong rivals from last year’s Finals Nanyang Junior College, and they will definitely need your support. It’s only a 10 minute bus ride down to CCAB, so do pop by and give the guys the assuring presence!
The tennis girls team continued their unbeaten run with a 5-0 win over SRJC in their first quarterfinals fixture. Terrific job, girls! The scores were as follows.
1st Singles: 9-5
2nd Singles: 9-4
3rd Singles: 9-1
1st Doubles: 9-2
2nd Doubles: 9-4
The girls from HCBowl completed their first day of the quartet events today. Tears flowed but the girls displayed great determination to complete the 3 games. They will strive hard to retain the seeded position in the last block of 3 games in tomorrow’s second day of the quartets.
The guys team pulled off a commendable performance in their 2nd and last day of the quartets despite going through ups and downs in their last set of 3 games. Congratulations to Aaron Tan of 09S62 who attained a fantastic average of 210! The boys’ team are tipped for a seeded position, and the other teams who will play their quartets tomorrow will play a key role in determining the boys’ ranking. Good luck HCBowl!
In their first match of the quarterfinals, the volleyball girls’ team displayed excellent teamwork in downing MJC in straight sets, 25-7 and 25-8. The girls will play ACJC at 12pm tomorrow, 7th May and PJC on Monday, 10th May. Keep it going, girls!
Hot Off the Press: Tennis Girls, Basketball Boys, Soccer Boys, Bowling, Volleyball Boys, Badminton Boys, Basketball GirlsMay 4th, 2010 by CCA PRO
In today’s home match against CJC, which was also their last preliminary match, the girls’ team finished with a team score of 4-1! Well done!
1st Singles: 9-1
2nd Singles: 9-5
3rd Singles: 9-1
1st Doubles: 4-9
2nd Doubles: 9-6
The boys from the basketball team got their 2nd round campaign to a flying start with a 81-49 victory over Jurong JC at the Singapore Basketball Centre. Their 2 remaining matches of the 2nd round are against ACSI on Friday, 7th May and AJC on Tuesday, 11th May! All the way, boys!
In their last fixture of the quarter-finals, opponents Serangoon JC put 2 past HC to go into the break 2-0. Despite dominating possession in the 2nd half, HC failed to capitalize on their chances and finished the game 0-2. The draw for this 2nd round of the competition did not go easy on the boys’ team as they faced last year’s champions VJC, runners-up MJC and another top seed SRJC. We applaud the soccer team making it this far, and for breaking HC’s 6-year drought by making it into the quarter finals itself!
In today’s Girls Doubles event at the Nationals, our girls managed to maintain a seeded position even though there was a sligth dip in average score. Special mention to Goh Xin Yan who bowled a high game of 245! The boys team will be having their Quartet event tomorrow, which is crucial in determining the boys team’s chances of achieving the 4th or 5th seeded position for the first time in 10 years. Go HCBowl!
Facing off Temasek Junior College earlier today, the volleyballers continued their winning streak achieved since the start of this season with a score of 2-0, with individual set scores 27-25 and 25-19, and have proceeded easily into the second round. Meeting more skilled opponents in the next round, the team will need every support you can give. All the best!
Deemed another crucial match which determined the success of entry into the second round, our shuttlers grabbed this opportunity to display their prowess against Temasek Junior College, winning them with a narrow score of 3-2 and are through to the next round. Well done!
Playing against Dunman High today, our basketballers, ONCE AGAIN(!) achieved an exhilarating, fantastic, and awesome score of 94-12! Congratulations to the team!
Hot Off the Press: Squash Girls 3rd/4th, Netball, Tennis Boys, Softball Girls, Touch Rugby Girls, Badminton Boys, Basketball Girls, Bowling, FloorballApril 28th, 2010 by CCA PRO
Our girls’ squash team have clinched the National 3rd placing after beating ACSI 5-0 in the 3rd/4th placing match.
Playing the last match of their season and giving this finale a superb touch by achieving a fantastic winning score of 3-0 each, the female players for today are:
as well as Chua Hui Ying
Well done, girls! For next year, we’ll get that title!
The netball team staged another tremendous win at Republic Polytechnic, this time over CJC, with a scoreline of 93-17! Great job, and continue with the streak, Netball!
The match away at SRJC was in Hc’s favour as we were 2-0 up in the team score before it was stopped and postponed to Thursday morning, 29th April, when it will resume and hopefully conclude on the same day. Bag another win for HC, tennis boys! All the way!
The heavy rain has caused the softball match versus Victoria Junior College to be postponed to tomorrow, 3.00pm, and will be held in Hwa Chong’s home ground. Do lend the girls your support and give your voice boxes a little exercise by cheering them on after lessons tomorrow!
Touch Rugby Girls
The girls’ finals against Jurong Junior College has also been postponed due to bad weather, and will be held tentatively on Friday. Do keep your ears and eyes peeled for more confirmation of match details!
After experiencing the tragedy of losing to ACJC in their first match, the shuttlers have rebounded and came back even stronger, and now relish in their 4-1 triumph over Millenia Institute.
1st Singles: Lim Jie Rong
Despite nursing numerous leg injuries, Jie Rong managed to overcome his pain and took the match 2-0 in a very hard-fought match against MI’s best singles player. He definitely demonstrated his ability to turn the tables around by overcoming a 4-point deficit at 12-16 in the second set, unelashing a streak of 9 straight points which allowed him to clinch victory and earn the valuable first point for the team.
1st Doubles: Lee Keng Boon and Ray Tan
The doubles pair made short work of their opponent and displayed their dominance on the court by sweeping the match 2-0. With their win, Hwa Chong was 2-0 ahead of their opponents!
2nd Singles: Chong Kai Ren
Kai Ren played relatively well in his first match of the tournament and triumphed 2-0, giving the team’s valuable third point and hence the affirmation of the win over MI
2nd Doubles: Lucas Lim and Nigel Ang
Rare cases of mistakes and merves meant that the pair dropped the first set narrowly. They came back strongly in the second set, however, and brought the game to a decider match in the third set. However, the nervous factor crept in again and they lost the last set by a narrow margin too. Wonderful effort nonetheless by the J1 pair.
3rd Singles: Lim Rui Jin
Playing one of his best games yet, Rui Jin defeated MI’s second singles player 2-1. Even though he lost the first set, he came back motivated and stronger, taking home the next two sets, with a narrow score of 21-19 in the final set. Despite being down 17-19, Rui Jin mustered his strength and gave it his all, managing to clinch the next 4 points and score a valuable victory over his friend from MI.
The shuttlers will be playing their crucial match against SAJC on Friday, who managed to defeat MI 4-1 too. The odds are on Hwa Chong to win, but support is still much needed for the guys to triumph in this must-win match. So Hwa Chong peeps, do keep the guys motivated by giving them your utmost support!
Playing against the school with much similarities in our uniform look, Nanyang Junior College, our basketballers showed who was superior by dominating the court and bringing a huge 50-point difference of 62-12 in today’s match. Well done girls!
In the Guys’ Team Doubles Event today, special mention goes to Magnus Lim of 10S75 reached the upper band rankings with an overall average of 201. The school team is still in good contention for the 3rd/4th seeded placing which will depend on the Quadruples next Wednesday and Thursday. The bowling guys’ squad will be looking to break out of the underdog status and strive for the seeded status. All the best for HCBowl’s upcoming fixtures!
It was just not HC’s day for the floorball teams as the girls lost 1-3 to MI, while the guys held a commanding 3-0 lead in the first period, but suffered a late comeback by RVHS, losing the match 3-4. We’re halfway through the 1st round, and we wish the floorball teams all the best and all the luck they need! Cheer up, these few matches are for us to prove ourselves. Go Floorball!
26th April saw HCBowl vying for supremacy in the singles event for the men’s category, and the boys from the HC Bowling did well to contend for the 3rd/4th seeded position for this year’s bowling Nationals. The placing also depends on the upcoming doubles and quadruples matches. (Check out the dates of the competition in the Bowling Season Preview!) Special mention goes to Loh Jun Yan of 09S7H who bowled a high game of 256.
Today, the girls took part in their singles events, and the highest average from the team came from Eunice Kho who bowled an average of 172. Similarly, the girls’ team are in contention for the top seeded positions, which depends on the upcoming doubles and quadruples as well. Let’s wish the bowling team all the best for their Guys Doubles Event which is taking place tomorrow!
The boys’ quarter-final campaign got off to a bumpy start after today’s 4-0 defeat at the hands of last year’s runners-up MJC. Come on, guys! There are still 2 more fixtures for this round, let’s make them count! Do visit THIS PAGE to view the remaining fixtures for the soccer team. All matches commence at 4.45pm, and buses to the matches will leave the tennis courts at 3.15pm. Let’s show our fullest support for our soccer boys!
The tennis girls made a trip across the canal to face team NJC in today’s away match, and came home with a team score of 4-1!
1st Singles: 9-1
2nd Singles: 2-9
1st Doubles: 9-0
2nd Doubles: 9-2
3rd Singles: 9-7
Well done girls! Their next match will be at home ground against CJC on the 4th of May. Let’s wish them all the best!
Our female shuttlers headed for Tampines Sports Hall for their maiden match of the season today against Meridian Junior College, and after fighting hard to gain the upper hand in the sets which eventually concluded by a mere difference of a few points, they eventually lost the game 1-4 to the school boasting of more skilled players.
First Singles: Nicola Koay
First to represent her team in the competition arena, Nicola’s coverage of the court was excellent and she executed some really cool cross-court smashes! The first set was a really close fight but the point went to MJC as Nicola lost 18-21. The game was ended after her powerful Chinese opponent claimed the second set too, winning 2-0 and obtaining the first point for the opponent team.
First Doubles: Chan Minhui, Seah Jiaxin
Both girls demonstrated incredible pairwork and had good rapport with each other. The shuttle was constantly in favour of their skilled shots, and they managed to hit the shuttle into sweet spots, nailing the match point by point and winning both sets 21-15, 21-15.
Second Singles: Lai Kairou
The second singles lost the match 0-2, with a score of 16-21 for both sets. Nevertheless, she did put up a good fight and showed her will and determination, giving her opponent a good run around the badminton court area.
Second Doubles: Ng Eeyang, Low Yuan Yi
The familiar girls doubles pair who have played and trained hard together since Nanyang performed astounding cross court defences and coverage for each other on court. However, it was a close match and they lost the match 16-21, 14-21.
Third Singles: Seah Jiaxin
The last female player to enter the court faced off with the the strongest player from MJC‘s team, and succumbed 7-21, 9-21, after playing a match of very good defence in terms of anticipation on her part.
The shuttlers will meet their next opponent, Innova Junior College, this Thursday at Tampines Sports Hall once again. Do show them your utmost support and we wish them success for their next match!
After their match against National Junior College was postponed due to bad weather, the softballers met them on homeground today, reds vs whites. Once again the team has done the school proud by winning the match with the huge difference of 20-4, proving that they are nevertheless, undeterred by the unpredictable weather which continues to plague those CCAs whose competitions are held in the outdoors. Congratulations to all softballers!
Hey Hwa Chong!
Because most of us have been so busy involved with competitions and events, and we too have been updating almost everyday (Hot Off the Press, Quick Bites, Season Previews, etc) the posts have been constantly pushed down so you may not have had the chance to read previous posts. So here’s encapsulating the results and posts we’ve had this week, and if you’re interested in the details, do click on your preferred CCA tags below the tagboard on the right hand side on the Home Page to view the posts in greater depth! (:
April 15: Defeated ACJC 69-9
April 13: Defeated MI 76-8
Featured Athlete of the Week: Mervyn Toh from Canoe
April 17: Individual Championships
April 13: Judo Finals (Lost to Raffles Institution for both guys (1-4) and girls( 2-3), obtaining 1st runner-up)
April 13: Judo Semi-Finals, with both A guys and A girls winning NYHC 4-1 and 3-2 respectively
Music and Dance (MAD)
April 13: MAD Moderners winning Best Choreography and Beset Ethnic Dance at the Barcelona Dance Awards Competition
April 13: A Boys Rifle Team reclaimed the title of A Division Men’s Rifle Champions, with a team score of 1737
April 16: Defeated AJC 2-1
April 15: Match Report (HCI vs NJC)
April 15: Match Report (HCI vs MJC)
April 14: Defeated MJC 1-0
April 16: Defeated ACJC 3-2
April 14: Defeated MJC 5-0
April 16: Defeated NJC 5-0
April 14: Defeated MJC 5-0
April 12: A Boys and Girls Team defeated NYJC with a common score of 3-1
Touch Rugby Girls
April 17: Defeated NYJC (4-0) and PJC (8-3)
April 14: Defeated TJC (7-1) and JJC (4-1)
Track and Field
April 14: Track and Field Finals (1st runner-up for both A boys and girls)
April 12: Previews for Finals
April 16: Defeated MI 2-0
April 14: Season Preview
April 15: Defeated CJC 2-0
April 13: Water Polo Finals (Lost to Raffles 2-8, obtained 1st runner-up)
April 13: Wushu Championships Day 5
As a new week approaches, do keep a lookout for more updates and results from our competing teams. In the meantime, sleep more, clear up the homework, and recharge before we see each other again on Monday. (:
After month of intensive trainings, the Hwa Chong Bowling Team are now in the midst of preparation for the upcoming National Schools A Division Bowling Championships. With a 4 times a week intensive training schedule, the HCI bowling team will no doubt do the school proud in the upcoming nationals. Committed individuals from the team are also taking their own initiative and training privately with their coaches during weekends.
After 3 days of intensive selections, the school teams are as follows:
Boys Team 1:
A1: Ng Jian Tong (Roy) – 09S7K
A2: Loh Junyan – 09S7H
A3: Lam Zhen Hao Aden –
A4: Magnus Lim Jing Shuan – 10S75
Boys Team 2:
B1: Har Jie Ren Gerald
B2: Goh Yu Xuan
B3: Ng Yong Xiang Melvin – 09S7H
B4: Chuan Dewei – 09S7J
Boys Team 3:
C1: Yim Wei Liang Vernon
C2: Pok Soo Wee – 10S6G
C3: Tan Kuan Loong Aaron
C4: Ng Yingjie Nigel – 10S78
Tai Tzu Shuan Daniel
Lim Xuan Ler – 10S7K
Ting Jingxi Cyril
Girls Team 1:
A1: Ting Li Na – 10S75
A2: Goh XIn Yan –
A3: Kho Suat Ling Eunice – 09S6
A4: Shirley Lau Siew Hui – 09S73
Girls Team 2:
B1: Lim Jia Ying
B2: Png Lin – 10S7K
B3: Lee Sok Khoong – 09S7E
B4: Rachel Koh – 09S65
Lim Qian Hui Mabel
The bowling nationals will be occurring at Orchid Country Club from the 26th April to the 8th May. After participating in various tournaments such as the Agape Monthly Challenge and the National Age Group Championships, our bowlers are indeed ready to fight and bring glory back for the school!
HC BOWLING STRIKE STRIKE STRIKE!
Training has been modified into a more rigorous multi-faceted programme, which hones physical technique, mental attrition and strategic planning skills. Many of our players put in extra effort as well, taking part in inter-club leagues and nation-wide championships to gain competition exposure, and bowling in their free time to cement newly acquired techniques.
During the year-end holidays, friendly matches with other junior colleges ended unfavourably, but this only serves to fuel the desire to make good in this year’s A Division Championships. Moreover, the team has improved greatly ever since the new coach took his place. The team is confident that with sustained effort, as well as effective guidance from the coach, this year, there will be cause for celebration.