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2nd ASEAN Schools Games (bulletin 3)

2nd ASEAN Schools Games (bulletin 3)

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Published by Tun Mohd Hilmi
2nd ASEAN Schools Games (bulletin 3) - 2010, Kuala Lumpur
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Published By Training Teacher Division
Ministry Of Education Malaysia
No : 315 July 2010Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia
 Ministry Of Education Malaysia
No : 315 July 2010
Highlights of the 2ndASG Opening Ceremony
ASG2 Contingents’ Common Aspiration
iming to succeed in thegames is the common aspira-tion shared by all the 2nd ASEANSchools Games 2010 contingents.Teams were seen training diligentlyfor the events so as to excel.Winning and losing are partand parcel of any competition.However, it is the spirit of sports-manship that the games aim touphold.
s early as 7.30 am, the MalaysianWomen Artistic Gymnastics(W.A.G.) team was seen busy practis-ing for the upcoming events at theNational Sports Council venue. The
athletes were fully commied through
-out the training session. They practisedintensively in order to perform well inthe games. Their coach, Mr Mikhil, had
trained the girls to be fit and ready for
the games and reinforced their skillsand techniques such as smooth landingand perfect swings. In brief, this train-ing session was indeed a good platformfor the girls to test their performance.Good luck to all the gymnasts of theMalaysian contingent!!
By : Sugeetha And JegaPhoto By : AmininaBy : Sugeetha And JegaPhoto By : Aminina
hailandemerged asthe champion forthe Men ArtisticGymnastics(M.A.G). Theycollected an overallscore of 226.900points. Tailing close behind was theMalaysian contin-gent with 223.200points. Vietnam bagged the bronzemedals with a score of 212.300 points.The Thailand athletes displayed aperformance of amazing technical accuracy interms of landing and swings mainly in the
floor exercise and high bar components. The
Malaysian, Vietnam as well as Singapore andIndonesian contingents also performed totheir best with commendable enthusiasm.
By : Sugeetha and JegaPhoto By : Aminina
Time Event Venue0900hrs
Thailand Vs
 Indonesia Vs MalaysiaThailand Vs VietnamIndonesia Vs Malaysia
Singapore Vs BruneiPhilippines Vs Brunei
Kuala Lumpur BadmintonStadium
Indonesia Vs MalaysiaThailand Vs SingaporeThailand Vs Indonesia Malaysia Vs Singapore
Singapore Vs Philliphines ( Girls )Vietnam Vs Thailand ( Girls )Indonesia Vs Phillipines (Boys)Singapore Vs Vietnam (Boys)
MABA Stadium, KualaLumpur
 Rhythmic Gymnastics National Sports CouncilGymnasium 1
 Golf ( Boys and Girls )Second RoundImpian Golf Club, Kajang,Selangor
Morning : Sunny
Afernoon : Clear
Night : SunnyMinimum : 25 °CMaximum : 33 °C
Full of Tune..
Time Event Venue0800
Singapore Vs ThailandBrunei Vs Indonesia Malaysia Vs Singapore
 National Sports Council TunRazak HockeyStadium,Kuala Lumpur
Sepak Takraw
Thailand Vs PhillipinesIndonesia Vs BruneiSemi Finals 1semi Finals 2
Precint 11 Community Hall,Precint 11, Putrajaya
BruneiThailandSingapore Malaysia Vs SingaporeThailand Vs Brunei
Olympic Hall, Bukit Jalil SportsSchool,Kuala Lumpur
Women Artistic Gymnastic
National Sports CouncilGymnasium 1 & 3, Bukit Jalil,Kuala Lumpur
Darul Ehsan Aquatic Center,Shah Alam,Selangor
Track And Field
National Sports Council Stadium,Kuala Lumpur
No : 315 July 2010No : 315 July 2010
2nd ASEAN Schools Games Going Strong
 by: Shy & Jianiphoto: Sallehzad Salleh
“The current progress of this 2ndASEAN Schools Games is verygood,” said Mr.Tunas Dwidharto,the President of TheASEAN SchoolsSports Council. He is
satisfied with theeffort Malaysia has
put into the event asthe host. Also, hefeels that Malaysiahas shown warm hospitality to allparticipating teams.Mr. Tunas Dwidharto addedthat the response from all partici-pants is very good although there isstill room for improvement. He puthigh hopes that in the future, theparticipation will increase becausehe believes that through sports, onecan strengthen the relationshipamong nations within SoutheastAsia.Lastly, he expressed the hopethat that this event will be a steppingstone for young athletes to perform
 beer at higher levels such as in Asia
and in the international arena.
Minister’s ArrivalMotivates Team
 by: Daniel Chiamphoto: Mohd Hilmi
surprise appearance by the
Honourable Mr Andi Alfian
Malarangeng, the Indonesian Min-ister of Youth and Sports, inspiredthe Indonesian basketball team togive their all into their game andmake their nation proud.Although they had faced a
tough opponent in their firstmatch, the Indonesian team le the
stadium with heads held high.They lost their match to Thailandwith a score of 76 - 84.The Indonesian ministersaid that he enjoyed the game andfelt that the Indonesian team hasdone their level best. Nevertheless,
he also admied that Thai basket
 ball team was beer.
He hoped that the Indone-sian team/contingent will continueto compete fervently for theirforthcoming games.
 Mr Andi Alfian Malarangeng, the Indonesian Minister of Youth and Sports
The ASEAN Spirit
 by: Sugeetha and Jegaphoto: Aminina
The Techni-cal Assis-tant to theCompeti-tion Direc-tor, Mr.Zambri,said thatthe prepa-rations forthe ArtisticGymnastics are going on well as the
commiees are working hard to
make sure the events run smoothly.In addition, he hopes all thecontingents will do their best. Hereiterated that winning and losing isthe tradition of any game andupholding the ASEAN spirit is what
maers most to him.
Difficult To Predict
 by: Sugeetha and Jegaphoto: Aminina
he Men’s Artistic Gymnastics event began today. Five teams took part inthis year’s competition. They includeIndonesia and Singapore who are
participating for the first time. The
other teams in thecompetition areThailand, Indone-sia, Singapore,Vietnam andMalaysia.The high levelof competitivenessamongst the participants impressedmany in the crowd. “I’m extremely
happy to see the fighting spirit and
commitment shown by the gym-nasts,” said Mr. Ramly, who was oneof the judges for the competition.He went on to say that it
would be difficult to predict who willwin aer seeing them perform.
Thailand vs Philippines
4 1 Kuala Lumpur BadmintonStadiumIndonesia vs Singapore
5 – 0Thailand vs Singapore (Girls) 5 0Indonesia vs Philippines (Girls) 3 2Malaysia vs Brunei
5 – 0Malaysia vs Brunei (Girls) 5 0
Vietnam vs Philippines () 1 4Indonesia vs Brunei () 5 0Vietnam vs Singapore () 2 3Indonesia vs Brunei () 5 0Malaysia vs Singapore () 4 1Malaysia vs Philippines () 5 0BASKETBALL
Indonesia vs Singapore (Girls) 72 47 MABA Stadium, KualaLumpur
Malaysia vs Vietnam (Girls) 112 44
Thailand vs Indonesia
84 – 76
Malaysia vs Singapore
92 – 64HOCKEY
Indonesia vs Malaysia 0 5 NSC Tun Razak HockeyStadium, Kuala Lumpur
Singapore vs Brunei 8 0
Malaysia vs Thailand 5 0SEPAK TAKRAW
Philippines vs Malaysia 0 3 Community Hall. Presint11, PutrajayaBrunei vs Singapore 2 1
Thailand vs Malaysia 2 1Indonesia vs Singapore 3 0MAN ARTISTIC GYMNASTIC
Country Total Score RankThailand 226.900 1Malaysia 223.200 2Vietnam 212.300 3Singapore 201.300 4Indonesia 182.700 5
1Mohd.AzmanBasharuddinMALAYSIA 74KlayutMongkholsamaiTHAILAND 78Chung HongZhengSINGAPORE 722Low Khai Jei MALAYSIA 67KwanchaiKongtaveeTHAILAND 76Mohd QawimHj AslimonBRUNEI 893Mohd ThaznimHamdanMALAYSIA 75ChaiwatPoolsombotTHAILAND 72Kow Elki INDONESIA 794Lim Wei Jim MALAYSIA 78Peter Gumulia INDONESIA 80Nicklaus ChiamYew ChunSINGAPORE 735Bobi CahyoAditomoINDONESIA 75VoramateAussarassakornTHAILAND 73Bryan ChiewChun HaoBRUNEI 90
Medal Tally
High Hopes forNewcomers
 by: Banu Piriyaphoto: Aminina
ractice forthe Indone-sian contingentthis morning
kicked off as
early as 8 am.AthletesDinda Defriana,17, NabilaEvandestiara,15, Megat MegaSusilowati, 17,and MagdalenaYolanda, 17 areall hyped up forteam competitions starting tomorrow.Coach A.N. Negaka said that prepa-rations are going good so far and hopesthat her girls win the bronze medal in theteam component.
Prayer Time (Kuala Lumpur)
: 05:38
: 05:48
: 07:10
: 13:22
: 16:46
: 19:30
: 20:45
The all boys basketball match between the defending cham-pion Thailand and the runner upIndonesia shook theMABA stadium. Thegame ended with a slimwin of 84 to 76 by the Thaiteam winning the game.Despite being 11 points behind, the Indonesianteam did not give up butpushed on to close the gap between the two teams. How-
We need to improveour teamwork in order towin the next game,”
- Nanda.
ever, toward the end of the game,Thailand stood its ground and made itan 8 points lead. The match betweenthese two giants was consid-ered to be highly challengingand outstanding performancein basketball.“There were many tall playersin the opponent’s team” saidWilliam S., the Indonesian
captain. His moo is “Even
though we face giants, we must not bescared but just be ourselves.”
A clash between titans
 by : Daniel Chiam photo : Jaja
No : 315 July 2010No : 315 July 2010
What is Satay?
Malaysian doubles pair, Teo Ee Yi
and Nelson Heg Wei Keat wontheir matches against Brunei andSingapore. They stated that they
focused their game more on aack
-ing their opponents rather thanplaying defensively.
Similarly, the aack-mindedIndonesian doubles pair, Ericson Rus
-dianto and Selvanus Geh, under thetutelage of Hadi Sugiyanto with his
unassuming moo, “Merah Putih
Selalu di Dadaku” won their matchesagainst Singapore and Brunei.When interviewed, both theMalaysian and Indonesian doubles
pairs were confident that they would
emerge triumphant when they meeteach other next.So, let us brace ourselves for a pulsat-ing match between Malaysia andIndonesia that awaits us... WHO WILLWIN???
Who will win ?
 by: Alicia Lim photo: Riza
-toon, 16,from Thai-land, may besmall in stat-ure butopponents, beware!With her skilful moves and her
crafy net play, she won her match
against her much taller and stron-ger Singaporean opponent, Citra
Putri Sari. She emerged the victor
with a score of 21-13, 21-13.
Beware of the Petite One
 by: Alicia Lim
Photo: Riza
BoonyakornThumphan-ichwong, 17,from Thai-land, admit-ted that hefelt anxious
aer losingthe first set
for the boys’
singles against the Filipino shuler,Peter Gabriel Magnaye, 18. However,
it did not dishearten him as it madehim even more determined. Hechanged his tactics and avoided
making unforced errors. His efforts
were rewarded as he won the matchwith a score of 20-22, 21-17, 21-15.
Determination,the key to success!
 by: Alicia Lim Photo: Riza
Among the media representativesfrom Singapore are secondarystudents from Victoria High Schoolwho are here because they are the
 by: Atiqa and Hani photo: Hani
winners of a SportsMedia Competition.
Led by Mr. Mahew,
the editor-in-chief, this7-member team has aninnovative way of pub-lishing their news: viaFacebook. Their reportswill be sent to variousnewspapers in Singa-pore to be published. A
team member, Mr. Ryan
mentioned that, “To behere reporting news hasalways been a meaning-
ful experience as this 2nd ASEANSchools Games brings the ASEAN
nations together.”
Preparations were on at full-swing
at the National Sports CouncilGymnasium today, pending themuch-anticipated team competi-tions starting tomorrow. According
to spokesperson, Rozila Ghazali
from the venue management com-
miee, one of the most important
facilities to be readied were thetechnical properties of the competi-tion apparatus. This included theweight of the ball, measurement ofthe hoop and ribbon and the corre-spondence of therope to the athlete’sheight. QuarterMasters were seenassisting in arrang-ing paraphernaliaand labelling postsat the competitionarea. All in all, aspectacular eventwithout a hitch isexpected tomorrow.
Rhythmic Gymnastics Prepares
 by : Banu Piriya photos : Aminina
Satay - grilled, skewered meatserved with tangy peanut sauce,fresh cucumber and onion slices.That’s how dictionary would
define it. At the Haji SamuriSatay Restaurant in Kajang, thedefinition of satay is morespecific. The meat needs to be of
prime quality and it is grilled
over charcoal flames in the old
traditional way. Quality ingredi-ents are used for the peanutgravy, the secret recipe of whichhas been passed down fromgeneration to generation of fami-lies in Malaysia. It is this com-mitment of quality that hasmade Satay Malaysia a success.All chicken and beef satays are100 percent hand skeweredusing truly authentic Malaysianingredients. A fact you’ll soondiscover yourself.he Malaysian hockey teamstarted the tournament witha morale boosting 5-0 win overIndonesia. Malaysian captain,Kavin Kartik, gave his team theearly lead with a penalty corner
goal just two minutes aer the
game started. Three goals wereadded to the tally by Mohd Shah-
Five for Fighting
 by : Khalid Termizi photo : Suhaib
ril, Hairulnizam Maizan and FaridzulAfiq in the first half. Malaysia contin
-ued their goal scoring streak with
another by Rasul Yusof. When asked,
Kavin Kartik revealed that theirtactics were to keep the game assimple as possible. He added thatthey also used the game to expose allthe players.Despite Indonesia’s 5-0 loss to
Malaysia in their first hockey
match, their captain, Nanda
Ibnasia, is satisfied with their
performance. He reiterated that
Stand Up and Fight!
 by: Khalid Termizi photo: Suhaib
this is not the time to lose hope.Instead, they should consider it as auseful learning experience andprepare for their upcoming games.

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