National B Div Rugby Wrap-up: Greenridge emerge Bowl champs, Saints finish 3rd in Cup

Greenridge Secondary School (GSS) emerged the B Division Rugby Bowl Champions after beating Evergreen Secondary School (EVG) with an aggregate score of 29-20 in the final, while Junyuan Secondary School (JYSS) finished in third place against Bukit Batok Secondary School (BBSS), winning by 41-0. In the Cup category, St. Andrew’s Secondary School (SASS) finished second runners-up, after dispatching Raffles Institution (RI) 55-22 in the Cup 3rd/4th placing match.

By |2022-07-01T12:34:12+08:00July 1st, 2022|rugby, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

Inter-JC Ultimate Final: Eunoia defeat CJC 8-2 to claim first ever champions’ title

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).

By |2022-06-19T18:12:12+08:00June 19th, 2022|ultimate frisbee, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

National A Div Hockey Final (Boys): RI see off VJC 2-0 for 8th title in 10 championships

Under an endless drizzle on a slippery pitch, the boys from Raffles Institution (RI) retained their school’s longstanding hockey legacy after seeing off Victoria Junior College (VJC) in the A Division final, securing the school’s eighth title in the last 10 editions of the championship.

By |2022-06-07T14:52:07+08:00June 7th, 2022|hockey, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

National A Div Floorball Final (Boys): VJC avenge group stage loss against RI to clinch title in tight 2-1 contest

Beaten 1-3 by much-fancied Raffles Institution (RI) in the group stage, the boys from Victoria Junior College (VJC) made sure to approach the A Division floorball final against the same opponents with a renewed focus and strategy. And they executed their game plan to perfection this time round, hitting the 2018 champions twice on the counter via Ammar Harith (VJC #25) and Anas Abdullah Baeesa (VJC #87) to emerge 2-1 winners and reclaim the championship trophy their school last lifted in 2017, and its fourth since 2009.

By |2022-06-03T18:57:01+08:00June 3rd, 2022|floorball, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

National A Div Softball Final (Boys): RI hold EJC scoreless to win first title since 2017

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.

By |2022-06-04T00:21:58+08:00June 3rd, 2022|softball, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

National A Div Softball Final (Girls): Rafflesians come back to beat HCI 2-1 in extra innings tie-breaker for first title in decade

In a stunning season-long comeback, Raffles Institution overcame the odds to emerge the A Division girls' softball champions, defeating Hwa Chong Institution 2-1 after an extra sixth inning to win the championship for the first time since 2012. RI previously lost to HCI in the group stage via mercy rule, with a 0-10 scoreline.

By |2022-06-05T18:11:00+08:00May 31st, 2022|softball, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

NSG Track & Field: HCI bag first A girls’ relay double since 2015, first C boys’ 4x100m gold in 2 decades

With their tag as traditional powerhouses in schools' track and field, one would think that Hwa Chong Institution (HCI) are dominant in the marquee relay events. They turned out to be, but not before erasing a few relay gold droughts in the girls' A Division and C boys' 4 by 100 metres at the 63rd National Schools Track and Field Championships.

By |2022-05-16T19:19:32+08:00May 15th, 2022|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments

NSG Track & Field: ACS(I)’s C boys overturn disappointment; seniors rule A boys’ relays

As Harry Irfan Curran crossed the finish line first in the C Division boys’ 4 by 400 metres relay final, he raised his arms into a heart shape directed at his Anglo-Chinese School (Independent) teammates. That gesture stemmed from relief more than anything. A day earlier in the 4x100m relay final, the same quartet — the favourites having qualified fastest — got disqualified when second runner John Tan, the 200m hurdles champion, fell in the exchange zone and outgoing runner Sean Gerard Yoo picked up the baton before his teammate did.

By |2022-05-16T19:19:12+08:00May 12th, 2022|track-and-field, Youth in Motion|0 Comments
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