Our athletes proved to Singapore that we are a force to be reckoned with by achieving outstanding sporting results in this week of the competition season! Here are the details!
Continuing on their winning streak, our basketball boys triumphed 77-20 over Meridian Junior College on the 14th of April. Well done!
With their sabre and lightning quick reflexes, our fencing team rose above many competitors to obtain the titles of National Champions and National 1st Runners Up for the A Boys and A Girls divisions respectively.
After months of blood, sweat and tears, our shooting team managed to hit the bullseye and put up an impeccable performance at the recently concluded shooting finals. Here are the results:
Rifle Girls: National 1st Runners Up
Pistol Boys & Rifle Boys: National Champions
Braving dirt and dives, our Touch Rugby girls painstakingly played two games on the 16th of April. They tied 6-6 against Nanyang Junior College and won Millenium Institute 7-0. Great work!
Our Tennis Boys did not disappoint as well. With powerful strokes, they outdid Anderson Junior College 5-0 on 15th April. The boys were in action again the next day and this time, they triumphed over Anglo Chinese School International by a score of 3-2 to secure a spot in the Quarter Finals!
The softball team excelled in their competitions too! Our male softballers defeated Nanyang Junior College by a score of 17-0. Unlike their male counterparts, our female softballers played two games this week. They won Raffles Institution 13-2 and lost narrowly to Victoria Junior College by a score of 4-5.
The squash girls earned their ticket into the Semi-Finals after defeating Meridian Junior College 4-1 on the 14th of April. Well Done!
Track and Field
The track and field team finely displayed the “自强不息” spirit during the finals. Despite strong competition from powerhouses, both our male and female athletes achieved commendable results. The boys team bagged the National 1st Runners Up title while our girls team emerged as National Champions!
Here are the results for the events on 16 April
Pole Vault (Bennett Yong, 4.43m)
3000m steeplechase (Tan Yu Chuan, 10:57.47s)
Pole Vault (Chan Sheng Yao, 4.33m)
100m (Raymond Scott Lee Chian Hoong 11.36s)
4x400m Relay (03:29.28s)
4x100m Relay (44.04s)
200m (Thia Yi Yi, 26.18s)
3000m walks (Karin Wong, 18:39.49s)
4x400m Relay (Carys Hor, Sharlene Teo, Magdalene Ho, Thia Yi Yi, 4:12.37s)
800m ( Hor Kar Yin Carys, 02:28.68s)
4x100m ( 00:51.05s)
Discus Throw (Long Jia Ning, Alicia , 33.54m)
3000m walks (Chloe Leong, 18:41.37s)
Pole Vault (Chang An Zi, 3.13m)
3000m walks (Natalie Tan, 18:51.03s)
With spectacular spikes and blocks, our volleyball boys team defeated Catholic Junior College by a score of 2-0. Our female volleyballers also did the school proud by winning their game against Meridian Junior College by a score of 2-0. Good job!
The footwork of our soccer boys proved to be flawless. Our boys soccer team easily defeated their opponents Dunman High School by a score of 7-0 in their match this week.
Our warriors fought their way to victory in the recently concluded Wushu finals. Here are the results:
Chyi Fang 14S71 – Gold for A girls cudgel event
Pey Shiuan 14S6Q – 4th in A girls cudgel event
Almond Ng 14S6P – Gold in A girls spear event
Claire Chan 14S63 – Silver in A girls spear event
Lee Zhe Xuan 14S63 – Gold in A boys spear event
Leon Lim 14S79 – Gold for A boys cudgel event
Xavier Ong 13A16 – 4th in A boys cudgel (2nd intl) event
A boys Group Quanshu event – 1st
A girls Group Quanshu – 2nd
A boys Group Weapon – 3rd
A girls Group Weapon – 2nd
A Boys – National 2nd runners up
A Girls – National 1st runners up
Well done to all our athletes! Do stay tune for more competition results from this adrenaline pumping sports season!
40th CCA PROs