We were supposed to play our final two matches on Saturday. But the night before the matches, I received two news that affected me. One was that a team (Torrent) pulled out so we were to play with TP 2. The second news was that we were short of one man–Joycelyn met with a motorbike accident and was unable to play.
I would have thought that my team would be pretty demoralized on the day itself. Perhaps it was because of Joycelyn’s injury. Perhaps it was because she still came down and gave us her full support. Or perhaps it was the final match.
We played… well, rather well
On my personal side, I was actually a bit depressed and down due to several factors. Not to mention I was let down once again. I really should not have hoped too much but I guess one can never really stop hoping, eh?
I guess a surprise visit from an old friend cheered me up. After all, semi-professional photographs of my team would be a bonus
Chasing for the second ball…
… and I got it! Acrobat wins the Vamp!
Well, the annual Singapore River Raft Race (SRRR) Canoe Polo Competition started on Saturday. Looks like my team has a long way to go before the Pesta Sukan National Championships.
I realised I look pretty retarded. And for your info, I’m #8.
Note to readers: This is quite a long as well as image-heavy post.
Friday was dear Jolene‘s 18th birthday as well as the start of SPCT camp.
We had a lunch celebration with the team. And Jo’s classmates surprised her with a hawaiian pizza with candles
Joycelyn, Geok Cheng, Jolene and Me
I was a GL with Lex and this year, I had the largest group of 11 campers. Ichi (as in one in Japanese, and which we called ourselves) consists mostly of enthusiastic and pretty sporting freshmen which I’m glad to have. But I guess I started the camp with a lot of energy that gradually winded down by the end of the first day.
Thought I’ll never reach this year in my life but, hey! I’m in my final year!
Not really looking forward to the re-opening of school to be honest. On Sunday, the day before school starts, SPCT had a team dinner at Marché at VivoCity.
It was a tad disappointing (food-wise, that is) because there is no more pizza and the cooked vegetables. Besides Rosti, there wasn’t any other thing that I was keen on eating. Furthermore, that place is much, much smaller than the former outlets at Heeren and Suntec City.
After most of the seniors have eaten something, they decided to go somewhere else to have their fill (since the food selections at Marché were limited and not to mention rather pricey) with most of the junior guys.
Joan, Lilin, Me, Jolene and Joycelyn
Mervin, Yong Ming, Qi Zhi, Fahmi, Andrew, Jun Hui with Gary on top
One last day at the Fujitsu laptop roadshow tomorrow! I can’t wait. This job seriously caused me lots of sleep deprivation. Anyway, Thursday was another day at work and before I left, I took this picture:
There were many boxes of bottled water so we had this drinking competition. The results from about five staffs were 37 bottles
One of the reason why I don’t quite enjoy BBQs during chalets: