Posts Tagged ‘Tennis’
May 14 saw some of our schoolmates heading off to various competitions to win glory for our school. Eager to find out about their performance? Here is a quick summary of all the matches today!
May 2 saw some 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!
Our guys took home a 4-1 win over Dunman High and with that, obtained a ticket to the quarterfinals!
Badminton girls also had a 4-1 win over JJC in a fight to qualify for quarterfinals as well!
Squash Girls (Finals)
In a close and tough fight during the finals, our squash girls nonetheless kept their composure and demonstrated exemplary skills and techniques. However, despite that Raffles still had an edge over us and we suffered a narrow 3-2 loss.
Under the hot sky, our tennis players unite, and they played against opponent ACJC. However, due to a combination of uncontrollable factors, we did not play our best and suffered also, a 3-2 loss.
Touch Rugby Girls
Our touch rugby girls took home a victory over SAJC today with a single try to nothing! Good job girls!
Putting up a strong fight, our opponent stood no chance against our determination as our players fought to a 3-2 win over ACJC, winning them a ticket to the FINALS.
Up against NYJC, powerhouse for volleyball, our girls did their best but unfortunately lost 1-3 and will move on to bronze medal playoffs next!
April 27 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!
Basketball boys dunked their way to victory against CJC, 71-24!
Basketball Girls fought hard and their efforts paid off! They beat NYJC 58-12 today!
Unfortunately, Floorball had another tough match and lost to NJC 3-0. Jia you guys! We can bounce back!
The Floorball Girls had a super close and exciting match, but lost to YJC when a very last second goal tipped the match in YJC’s favor, 4-3!
Netball Girls continue to play amazingly, achieving another nice score of 88-8 against IJC!
Our rugby boys put up a valiant effort against strong opponent, Raffles, but however it was not enough to stop them, as we culminated in a 76-0 loss. But this is not the end, so keep it up and don’t give up! We are right behind you guys!
Squash boys beat ACJC 4-1 to qualify for the finals next wed! They will be playing ACSI in what is set to be an epic show-off, so do come down to support them! Special mention to Man Tong who overcame a 0-2 ACJC lead and beat their Number 1 seed 3-2!
Tennis Girls gave Raffles a run for their money today, but unfortunately lost 1-4. They remain confident of putting up an even battle if they meet again in the Finals!
Volleyball Boys experienced their first set back today, losing 0-2 to traditional powerhouse NYJC, 14-25, 22-25.
Unfortunately, Volleyball Girls also succumbed to their opponents ACJC 0-2. It may be a bad day for Volleyball, but we will have the last laugh!
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!
Many Hwa Chongians have busying about this week, and with all the updates, lots of posts have been pushed down! So lets recap all the results of the hard work put in by our school mates in this quick summary! If you wish to find out more about specific matches, do click the tag at the bottom of the article for the sport you are interested in for more information (:
Air Pistol Boys
10 April: National 4th!
Air Rifle Boys
9 April: National 2nd!
13 April: Defeated ACS(I) 92-14
10 April: Defeated TPJC 74-13
Canoeing Boys Finals
12 April: CHAMPION!
Canoeing Girls Finals
12 April: National 2nd!
9 April: CHAMPION!
13 April: Defeated NUS(H) 3-0
11 April: Lost to MJC 0-1
9 April: Defeated ACS(I) 10-5
12 April: Defeated TPJC 15-0
10 April: Defeated ACS(I) 14-4
12 April: Defeated TPJC 20-0
11 April: Lost to ACS(I) 2-3
13 April: Defeated JJC 5-0
11 April: Defeated AJC 5-0
13 April: Defeated ACJC 4-1
Finished as the Top of their group!
Table Tennis Boys
9 April: Lost to NYJC 0-3
11 April: National 3rd!
Table Tennis Girls
9 April: Defeated TJC 3-0
Through to Finals against RI on 24/4!
11 April: Defeated NJC 5-0
Through to Top 8 Quarter Final Stage!
10 April: Defeated SRJC 5-0
11 April: Defeated CJC 5-0
Touch Rugby Girls
11 April: Defeated NJC 7-0 and NYJC 3-1
Track and Field Boys Finals
10 April: CHAMPION!
Track and Field Girls Finals
10 April: National 2nd!
11 April: DOUBLE CHAMPS!
10 April: Defeated RI 2-0: 25-3, 25-4
12 April: Defeated RV 2-0: 25-22, 25-14
9 April: Defeated JJC 2-0: 25-6, 25-6
11 April: Defeated YJC 2-0: 25-8, 25-8
13 April: Defeated RV 2-0: 25-9, 25-11
11 April: National 2nd!
11 April: National 3rd!
Wushu Boys Finals
13 April: National 3rd!
Wushu Girls Finals
13 April: National 2nd!
April 11 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!
Facing strong teams which were in the Top 4 last year, our soccer girls did not take that letting down and put up a tough fight against MJC, and resulted in a 1-0 loss.
Our squash boys had a close face-off against ACS(I), which unfortunately ended with a score of 2-3 to ACS(I). However, they are still in a good position to move on to the next round!
The squash girls did not waver in their spirit and focus and went on to clinch all 5 sets of the game against AJC today!
Once again, the Tennis Girls swept their opponents away with a 5-0 win against CJC (:
Our guys beat a resilient NJC team 5-0 today! The guys are now through to the top 8 quarter finals stage.
Touch Rugby Girls
The touch rug girls put up an excellent show today, winning both matches against NJC and NYJC with scores of 7-0 and 3-1 respectively!
Water Polo Boys
After a close and intense fight which resulted in a draw even until extra time ended, our water polo guys suffered an unfortunate loss to RI in a penalty shootout with a score of 4-2.
Water Polo Girls
Our Water Polo Girls emerged victorious in the bronze-medal playoff against SAJC, with a win of 4-2.
The Volleyball Girls sailed through a match against YJC today winning both sets 25-8!
DOUBLE CHAMPIONS. Enough said.
Well actually, not enough… Our Trampoline team also clinched the Female Individual Gold Title which went to Stephanie Seow of 11S66 and the Male Individual Gold Title which went to Heng Yi Xiang of 11S6D! Look out for the upcoming match report!
This Thursday afternoon, a couple of HC’s sports teams took to the courts and fields around Singapore to fight for Hwachong. Let’s take a look at today’s results!
Tennis Girls (FINALS)
With the support of many of their friends and batchmates, the Tennis Girls met arch rivals RI today. Despite their valiant effort and determination evident on court, they lost 1-4 in the ‘A’ division Championships. However, they did us proud by showing unwavering spirit and fighting all the way to the end! Good job girls! Keep working for next season!
Softball Girls (3rd/4th)
In the 3rd/4th playoff today, our softball girls shone on the field with an outstanding 13-2 win over NJC! We are incredibly proud of the National 2nd runners-up! Here’s a huge congratulations to the softballers for a well-fought season:D
Concurrently, our basketball girls also met RI on court today. They avenged our tennis girls beating RI with a comfortable 45-38! Good job girls! Keep working towards winning the championship again!
Both the badminton boys and girls played crucial matches today which determined whether they would proceed to the semis. Both teams did us proud with the badminton boys beating MJC 3-2 and the badminton girls winning with a commendable 4-1 against CJC! This is another milestone in Hwa Chong’s history as it is the FIRST time the badminton team has ever achieved top 4 since hcjc was established! Jiayou for semis guys! You have our support all the way!
For those who are free tomorrow, do support the badminton team tomorrow as they play in the semi-finals! Listen out for the announcement for more details!
Hot Off The Press: Volleyball, Netball, Tennis (guys), Badminton, Floorball (guys), Basketball (girls)May 3rd, 2011 by CCA PRO
Today was an exhilarating day where our sportsmen and women once again proved their worth in the arena, with victories across the board! Let’s round up the results for today.
Even though only a few classes could support part of the guys in what is arguably the most crucial match this season, technology brought all of us in school right to the volleyball courts at CCAB, where Hwachongians clung on to the edge of their seats, watching the live streaming of the volleyball semi-finals today.
The guys faced extremely tough competition against NYJC, their closest and strongest rivals thus far. The first set went to NY by just a hair’s breath, 24-26. Putting their fears aside, we captured the second set 25-15! It was once again extremely close in the third set: 23-25. With HC 1-2 down, it was do-or-die in the fourth set, and we prevailed, winning 25-18! Despite trailing 11-12 in the fifth set, we held NYJC and triumphed 15-12! It was a sweet victory for the guys against their closely-matched counterparts. Kudos to them for holding their own, and never giving up, fighting all the way to a 3-2 win. It is indeed a well-deserved place in the finals which will be played next Wednesday against AJC!
The girls played soon after against ACJC - their opponent in last year’s finals. They proved why we emerged champions last year with a strong and mighty 3-0 win against AC, also securing themselves a place in the finals against NYJC! Push yourselves on, and keep fighting till the final whistle is blown. It will be a clash of the titans in the finals, and here’s wishing you all the best! JIAYOU HCVB!
The netball girls also played today, and met with TPJC! The girls maintained their stronghold in the competition, coming away with an astounding scoreline of 74-14. That amounts to almost 2 goals a minute! Keep it up netballers:D All the best for your next game this week!
Tennis guys (QUARTERS)
Today, the guys played the last match of their season against TJC. Despite being out of the running for the A Division title, their never-say-die attitude shone through in this final match, barely giving any leeway to their opponents, winning 4-1! Congratulations, guys! There is no need for a trophy cabinet, as you all are already champions in our eyes – fighting till the end and never letting your opponents have it easy. We are proud of you!
The badminton boys met with PJC today as well, and won 4-1! It is still early in the season, but keep that confidence going, and you guys will shine in the upcoming matches! Jiayou, badminton:D
The guys team played against NJC today, and truly played their best, emerging with a victorious 6-2 win! Captain Paxton Chia opened the scoring, and the game featured a nice power play (4 vs. 3) following a send-off from the NJ side. We are proud of you guys! Keep it up, and play your hearts out in the following matches!
The girls team continued their unbeaten streak today with a 46-23 win over SRJC! It is no mean feat, and here’s wishing the basketballers all the best for the next couple of matches! Jiayou:D
With that, we round up today’s matches. We would like to wish all teams ALL THE BEST for all matches! When HCunite we show our might!
Hot Off The Press: Squash girls, Volleyball, Touch rugby, Soccer girls, Tennis, Track & Field finalsApril 27th, 2011 by CCA PRO
To say that today was a crucial for CCAs in HC today would be an understatement. Amidst tears and fears, there were victories and losses alike. Let’s see how we fared today:
Squash Girls (FINALS)
Last year, we met them in the Semi-finals, one round earlier than we expected due to unforeseen circumstances. We lost. This year, we met them in the Finals, hoping to exact our revenge. However, we would have to wait another year for this chance to hold the Championship trophy. Despite our best efforts, the we were unable to crack down on our opponents. Today, HC lost to RI 1-4 in the finals. We would like to commend the squash girls for showing their fighting spirit, and never giving up even when the going seems tough. Nonetheless, congratulations to the Squash Girls for coming in 2nd in the A Division Nationals! What the spectators saw today was nothing but top notch sportsmanship, class, and effort. Thank you for letting us witness that. We cannot be less proud of you girls. Check back soon for a detailed match report and photos!
Following a disheartening loss on Monday for the guys, they came back today fighting stronger, not letting Monday’s match bring them down. With renewed spirit and hope, the guys beat Dunman High in straight sets 25-2, 25-10! This is what we call the Hwachong spirit! Friday’s match against TJC is extremely crucial for the guys, and will determine if they can move on to the next round. Here’s wishing you all the best, and let’s show them the champions in you guys! Jiayou!
For the girls, they met Temasek JC today and also beat them in straight sets 25-22, 25-6! Nice one, and let’s keep this spirit up! You girls can do it!
The touch rugby girls met with two schools today – Jurong JC and St Andrew’s JC. Unfortunately, we lost to both schools by extremely narrow margins of 1-3 for the former, and 1-2 for the latter. This was a blow to the girls. However, we believe that you girls will push on, and not give up. Let’s show them what we’ve truly got, girls. Jiayou!
Today, the soccer girls played their last match of the season. Although we lost 1-0 to NUS High, a narrow margin, we believe the girls have played their hearts out, to the best of their abilities. For that, we applaud you. The season might have come to an end, but we believe you girls will come back stronger and more formidable next year!
Both the guys and girls teams played this afternoon. For the guys, they lost 1-4 to ACJC, putting them out of the title challenge. We have all seen the guys training under the sweltering heat many afternoons, training their hardest to put up a strong challenge in the Nationals. We would like to congratulate the guys for a well-played season, and also, all the best for next year’s nationals!
The girls lost by the same scoreline as well, to RI. They still stand a chance of moving on to the next round, pending the results of this Friday’s as well as next Wednesday’s match. Jiayou, and give all you’ve got! HC’s behind you all the way:D
Track and Field (FINALS)
In today’s Track and Field Finals, Hwachong made a clean sweep of the A, B, and C Division boys championships! Not faring much worse, the A Girls came in National 2nd! Congratulations to the teams! Check back soon for more details of the individual titles.
With that, it rounds up an exciting day for Hwachong. Regardless of whether it was a win or a loss, HC will ALWAYS be behind our Hwachongians. As the matches become increasingly crucial as we rush head first into the competition season, we would just like to give a shout-out to those competing: JIAYOU!
Today saw even more of our sports teams fight their hearts out in hopes of winning the championships, with wins across all sports with conclusive matches!
First up are our Touch Rugby Girls, who won 4-1 against NJC and 5-2 against RJC, and made it 5 wins out 5 matches. Keep it up truggers! Show them the champion within you!
Up next are our Squashers. The Guys won 4-1 against ACSI, while the Girls won 4-1 as well, against ACJC, with both teams emerging as the top schools for each of their groups. The wins means that both our Guys and Girls have gotten into the semi-finals, where they will compete with ACJC this Friday for the boys, and NYJC next Wednesday for the girls. Good job Squashers! One step closer to winning the title this year!
Not to be outdone, our Volleyball Boys grinded out a laborious 25-20 , 27-25 victory against ACJC. Though it was not an easy match they have yet to concede a game! Keep improving, boys. We know what you’ve got to show!
The Tennis boys and girls both won against PJC and TPJC respectively, with a resounding score of 5-0! Congratulations, and keep striving for greater heights. You guys are doing great!
Last but not least is the highly-anticipated Finals between our HC Water Polo Guys Team and their long-time arch-rivals RJC. Unfortunately, after 3 full quarters of match time, rain and lightning started brewing, resulting in the match being postponed to TOMORROW MORNING, 14 APRIL, 9.30am. Trailing 4-5, our Polo Boys definitely have work to do tomorrow. But as mentioned before, nothing is impossible when you are mighty. Go Boys! Show them every ounce of HC SPIRIT within you!
Today saw 5 of our sports teams fight it out against their opponents in the annual Nationals competition.
The results are as follows:
Our Polo girls’ maiden year in the A Division Nationals saw them perform exceeding oppositions’ expectations, achieving 3rd runners-up after losing out to St Andrews JC 3-2 in what was a heated contest. The match couldve gone both ways, but some poor refereeing decisions cost our girls the game. Nevertheless, kudos to SAJC. Our girls will be back next year stronger, better and faster than they already are!
The HC Fencing team saw their 1st of 2 days out on the mat rewarded with a Bronze medal from Rania Rahardja. Good job Fencers! Keep improving and get more medals tomorrow!
At the same time, both our Tennis girls and guys won their matches against NJC 3-2 and 5-0 respectively. Keep up the good work HC Tennis! Its still the first game! Continue building up the momentum and sweep away all obstacles that hinder you from that much coveted trophy!
The Volleyball guys played another routine match against River Valley High School and were largely untroubled, winning in 2 sets : 25-11 and 25-7. Good job VB Champs! Keep it up and defend YOUR title!
The tennis girls played Saint Andrew’s Junior College on Thursday, and in what was an extremely close fight, HC unfortunately was unable to outplay SAJC, eventually being defeated by a tight score of 2-3. The tennis season has finally come to an end, and the team would like to thank their teachers-in-charge Ms Lum and Mr Lo for being present at all the matches to support them and encourage them. Most importantly, their Coach Sharin, who has put in much effort into training the team, encouraging them, and ultimately putting good faith in them. The tennis girls would also like thank the guys team, the councillors, and all Hwachongians who have taken the effort to cheer them on during their matches, as well as in spirit.
Although the team did not attain the top 3 positions, what’s important is that they have put in their best effort, and regardless of the results, will continue to train hard and strive for greater heights in next year’s season! Kudos to the tennis girls. We are all proud of you Jiayou!
The taekwondo nationals took place yesterday, yielding great results! The boys team emerged champions, and the girls team attaining a national 3rd placing! We are all behind you, so keep on fighting, taekwondo team:D
19th May, 2010. This day will go down in history as our sportsmen took Hwachong to new heights. Be it at Yishun Sports Stadium, the Ayer-Rajah field, or at ACS International, our hearts beat as one to leave a legacy. This is the power of unity, where physical distance has no bearing on the power of the Hwachong spirit. Let us take a look at the matches that left us with jaw-dropping moments:
Our basketballers did us proud. Those present at the match witnessed how we were tied with Raffles Institution at 53-53 at the end of the fourth quarter, leaving us with quickened breaths and worries of disappointment. Those worries were unfounded, as HC fought back with much tenacity during overtime. Eventually, our thirst for the championship proved more wanting. When the final whistle blew, the scoreboard read 65-60. ‘Nuff said. We were the champions.
Following the exuberance from the girls’ match, our guys did not fail to match up. They exhibited much power in their finishes, stamping out any doubt of the world-class standard of HC Basketball. Anderson Junior College was eventually defeated by a score of 72-46. Spectators had a feast watching the strong performance of the team, and could only wow at the beauty of their play. Congrats to both the guys and girls team! Double champions, anybody?
We walked onto the field with the mindset of winners, and left the field, as winners. The rain might have fallen, but never did it hint of dampening our spirits. At 12-0, the match was stopped until the skies let up. The softballers then continued to enthrall us spectators with their fantastic play, eventually giving a mightily convincing 14-2 win over Anglo-Chinese School Independent. Congratulations to the softball guys, national champions! We are proud of you:D
In our first ever tchoukball tournament, this newly-formed CCA, not even a year old, did the school proud, coming in 5th. This maiden effort is extremely commendable, showing us the potential and passion that you guys have in this sport. We are so proud of you guys!! Continue striving to achieve greater heights in the years to come, and don’t ever give up. We are always behind you:D Jiayou HC Tchoukball!
1st Match: 15-20 to ACS International
2nd Match: Defeated Saint Andrew’s JC 15-2!
3rd Match: 19-24 to Anderson JC
4th Match: 20-21 to Innova JC
5th Match: 21-23 to Nanyang JC
The rain might have caused the match for the 3rd/4th placing to be postponed tomorrow, but it will certainly not put a dampener on our spirits! Jiayou HC Tennis!
Do look out for our match reports for the basketball and softball matches for more detailed descriptions as to what went on during the match! Once again, congratulations to all:) HCUNITE!