Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Shoot-O by SEG Club

On Saturday, August 2, 2014, from 9am to 4pm, SEG Club hosted Shoot-O, a ball game event for all SEG students.

The tagline of the event was “Ignite your Passion” and the objective of this event was to motivate students to excel in the games through teamwork, resilience and mental toughness. The event also helped students to relieve stress, enjoy their time with their friends, while encouraging them to be more active in sports.

Games played included basketball, captain’s ball and soccer. There were six teams participating in basketball, 14 teams in Captain’s Ball and 12 teams in the soccer matches. It was a very tough competition as there were so many teams to compete against.

As the event was organized by SEG Club, the organizing committee went to school early in the morning to set it up.
All set up and ready!

Despite the sweltering heat from the scorching sun, participants still arrived promptly and were happy to meet up with their friends at the hockey pitch. Besides students from SEG, there were also students from other Schools who came to support their friends.

Participants all gathered together getting ready for the matches. After listening to the instructions from the referees, the participants assembled in their courts and the games began.

The basketball matches were exciting to watch.  There were some special moves and strategies from each team, and the captains of the teams led their players well. The players’ moves were sharp and clean, and they showed excellent team work in passing and scoring.

The Captain’s Ball matches started shortly after the basketball matches commenced. The match between two teams from the SEG Club committee was particularly exciting to watch as both teams showed excellent skills in attacking and defending.

Then, it was time for the soccer matches! The various soccer teams’ players showed some silky skills in dribbling while showing off their shooting skills. However, each team’s goalkeeper also defended well.

As the event came to a close, all the top three teams from each game received hampers from the SEG Club.

“I enjoyed participating in the matches as I get to bond with my classmates and have fun,” said Fan Zihao, a second year SEG student.

As for myself, I enjoyed my day watching the Shoot-O event. It was a fun filled event with exciting matches from various games. Credit goes to the SEG club who made this event an amazing experience.

By Tay Jia Min, Year 2, Diploma in Electrical Engineering with Eco-Design 


Jia Min is doing her Diploma in Electrical Engineering with Eco- Design. Other than reading novels and watching television shows, she also enjoys folding origami and listening to music during her free time.

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