Eunoia Junior College (EJC) battled through the elimination stage of the Inter-Junior College (IJC) Ultimate tournament on their home ground to claim their first-ever championship title with a 8-2 victory over Catholic Junior College (CJC).
An impressive pitching performance by Raffles Institution captain Shawn Yip (RI #1) led his team to a 6-0 victory over Eunoia Junior College in the A Division boys’ softball final. Recording 13 strikeouts on the day, his performance, complemented by strong teamwork in defense, proved sufficient for the Rafflesians to claim their first title since 2017.
Inter-JC Ultimate (Pools): RVHS, JPJC, EJC, ACJC clinch top four seeds going into second day of play
River Valley High School (RVHS) Team A, Jurong Pioneer Junior College (JPJC) Team A, Anglo-Chinese Junior College (ACJC) Team A and Eunoia Junior College (EJC) Team A emerged as the top four seeds after the first day of pool play at the 15th Inter-JC Ultimate Frisbee Championship held at Nanyang Technological University.
The final buzzer went off to put an end to a breathless encounter between two undefeated teams this season, as Eunoia JC emerged 4-3 winners over Victoria JC to clinch their maiden floorball title. It is only EJC's third year competing in the championship, and their win is only the school's second sports title in its three-year history, adding to its recent victory in girls' hockey.
National A Div Floorball: Eunoia dispatch fellow first-time semi-finalists River Valley 6-1 to book maiden final berth
In a clash between two first-time semi-finalists of the National A Division Floorball Championship, dark horses Eunoia Junior College (EJC) came out tops with a convincing 6-1 victory over River Valley High School (RV).
Eunoia Junior College (EJC) girls’ hockey team made history as they narrowly edged out Victoria Junior College 1-0 in a penalty shootout to claim the National Schools A Division Hockey Girls’ Championship. The lone goal of the game -- scored by EJC’s captain, Valerie Koh (#17) -- was sufficient to end VJC’s 16-year title-winning streak.
Eunoia Junior College (EJC) head to their second consecutive final after a 4-0 win over Raffles Institution (RI) in the semi-finals. Heading into the final, EJC are looking to snatch the championship title that they narrowly lost to Victoria Junior College in the previous year.
As Kampton Kam looked at the bar, which was set at 2.15 metres, he raised both his hands in the air and began clapping — urging his Victoria Junior College (VJC) supporters, seated behind him, to clap along. With the crowd clapping with him, Kampton then steadied himself. As he began his run-up, the rhythm of the clapping sped up alongside him almost as if to give an extra lift to the 18-year-old high jumper, who had already failed his first attempt at the record-breaking height. Kampton smoothly took off, with his eyes fixed firmly on the bar, he arched his body over the bar and as his legs cleanly floated above the bar, you can see his gritted teeth breaks into a smile of disbelief.