30 Nov 2018
Athletics Newletter (November 30, 2018)

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November 30, 2018

“Always make a total effort, even when the odds are against you.” Arnold Palmer

Upcoming events

Marlborough Straits Touch Tournament - This Saturday, the U19 Touch team will travel to Marlborough College in Malaysia to compete in the Strats Touch Tournament. The best Touch teams from Singapore and Malaysia will be present as they prepare for the end of season tournaments. For more information, click here to see the tournament website. The U19 Rugby boys will compete in the Rugby tournament next Saturday.

LIONS Friendship Tournament - Next Friday night is the Season 2 edition of the LIONS Friendship Tournament for the U19 teams. The tournament is a great opportunity for athletes and coaches to gauge team preparation heading towards SEASAC and the remainder of the ACSIS season. Please come out and support the teams. The Athletic Council will be selling hotdogs and drinks for $2 each. For more information, check out the website.

Athletic News

SEASAC Golf - Last weekend our top golfers traveled to KL to compete in the SEASAC Golf tournament. This was a great opportunity for our team to compete at the highest level in school golf. Some consistent golf saw the girls team, led by Kavya, secure 5th place in the team competition. Most golfers found the course challenging and it took a lot of concentration and skill to manage their rounds. Thank you to Coach Nigel Bark and Thomas Fairclough for accompanying the team. Check out the movie below

SEASAC Cross Country - Just in.....Jonathan Robbins won the Boys SEASAC Cross Country race in a time of 19.02:36 for 5KM. In the girls race, Maya Rostoft was placed 9th! The team has finished day one on a high with some great performances and is ready for the 5 person relay event tomorrow. Like always, the team did an amazing job support each other throughout and will enjoy some well-deserved rest this evening. Congratulations team and good luck for tomorrow! More news to follow next week.

Lions Gymnastics

Welcome back! Season 2 is up and running. All the gymnasts are excited to be back and training resume.

Our senior competitive squad working hard as season 2 is underway and preparing for competition season!

Lions Tennis

Lions Tennis Academy Season 2 has started, lots of familiar faces joined from season 1, our students are keen to carry on with their tennis development.

We have still a few open slots, if you would like to be on board, don't hesitate to contact us, we'll be happy to assist you and make the necessary arrangements to fit you in: Rosa Perez ( Tennis Director) rosa.perezdomenech@cognita.com or Pablo Guarinos ( Head Director ) : pablo.guarinosvinals@cognita.com

Our U19 Boys Varsity Team will kick off next Thursday December 6th vs NPS (home match ) at 4.30pm. More than welcome to join us at the tennis courts, Adams Building Level 8 to cheer and support our lions.

Lions Swimming

Learn-to-Swim

Congratulations to all our Learn-to-Swim students.

Your certificates and swim caps reflecting your current learning, developing skills and level progressions are ready and will be awarded to you next week in your concluding CCA learn-to-Swim session.

Level 5 swimmers - you have now completed your swim lessons and are now invited to join the Lion Cubs and PreCompetitive Swim Squads to further your swimming.

Lion Cubs Squad swim:

  • Monday-Thursday from3.15-4pm at the Lincoln Pool with Coach Liane

Pre-Competitive Squad swim:

  • Monday-Thursday from 4.00-5.00pm

  • Friday from 3.15-4.30pm

at the Lincoln Pool with Coach Liane and Coach Catrina

You may commence immediately on the first session after your last learn-to-Swim Session and should register with:

  • Director of Aquatics - Gil Levy - gil.levy@sais.edu.sg

  • Lead Coach - Liane Marquez - liane.marquez@sais.edu.sg

**a reminder that there will be no CCA Bus at 4.15pm or 4.45pm