National B Div Sepak Takraw: Queensway overcome Woodlands to clinch title

Queensway Secondary claimed the championship title after seeing off Woodlands Secondary in two straight regu matches (2–0, 2–0).

By |2016-04-12T11:46:47+08:00April 12th, 2016|sepak takraw, Youth in Motion|2 Comments

SEA Games: 749 Singaporeans chosen to represent nation at upcoming Games

The Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) has released the list of athletes representing Singapore at the upcoming 28th SEA Games. There will be a total of 748 athletes and 230 officials representing 36 sports from Singapore.

Community Games give father and son chance to get closer through sepak takraw

31-year-old Adillah bin Mohd Amin and eldest son, Muhd Adrianshaz, 13, both represent Toa Payoh Central CSC in Community Games sepak takraw.

By |2014-04-25T22:49:32+08:00April 9th, 2014|Nation in Motion, sepak takraw|Comments Off on Community Games give father and son chance to get closer through sepak takraw

CG Sepak Takraw: “We aren’t like a club, more like a family” – Muhammad Rashid, Team 9Y2

From sending in one team in 2013 to six this year, Team 9Y2 is making its presence felt in the 2014 Community Games.

By |2014-03-22T23:00:34+08:00March 22nd, 2014|Nation in Motion, sepak takraw|0 Comments

Community Games to be held from March to May 2014

The Games will feature Badminton, Basketball, Bowling, Football, Netball, Sepak Takraw and Table Tennis.

Farhan of Fengshan: “At first, I didn’t like playing sepak takraw”

16-year-old Mohamed Farhan Bin Mohamed Amin was clearly excited by the victory. His team, Fengshan CSC, had just beaten Joo Chiat CSC 2-0 (15-13, 15-10) in the Community Games sepak takraw tournament. This was both teams' first game of the tournament.

By |2012-07-05T12:48:19+08:00July 5th, 2012|Front Page News, Nation in Motion, sepak takraw|0 Comments

Aaron Philip of Nee Soon Central: “I could already speak Malay before I started playing”

Aaron Philips looks like an unlikely sepak takraw player. He stood out not just because of his height, but also because the sport of sepak takraw is traditionally a Malay sport.

By |2012-07-03T17:28:06+08:00July 3rd, 2012|Nation in Motion, sepak takraw|0 Comments
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