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Interconstituency Games 2011

Discussion in 'Singapore' started by Scanner, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. Scanner

    Scanner Regular Member

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    Dear all,

    I have a malaysian player who is interested to play. He would like to play
    Intecon this year.Age 30 plus, pr holder. Advance standard. Any team in
    need of player please text 90684391. Thank you very much.


    Cheers
     
  2. extremenanopowe

    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    i need ladies leh. have? if this guy dun mind to be on waiting list, ask him to contact me. ;)
     
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    Scanner Regular Member

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    thank you for your interests.i managed to put up a contract for him with
    a cc team. he is unknown because new in singapore. watch him in action
    and you will see how good is this guy. cheers.


     
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    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    How to identify him man? Any name or cc we should be looking out for? ;)
     
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    this year intercon no boundaries! sure see all star team!back to the 1980s where moubattern owns ! i think not many constituency will play for fear of kenna thrash or embarassed!
     
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    yes. expected. the usual suspect will rule still. ;)
     
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    you imported him to our old man team? :D
     
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    hope to see the ex-nationals, safra players, foreign coaches etc in action..... just like arena... its a pity EP/work permit holders cant play
     
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    Have they tightened the rules yet again?

    Any details of the website for the schedule, etc? Maybe its too early?
     
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    Thanks Sealman.

    So the following are the more relevant details:

    INTER-CONSTITUENCY BADMINTON TOURNAMENT 2011

    * The People’s Association (PA) and the Constituency Sports Club Council are the organisers for ICBT 2011.

    * The tournament shall commence on 9 April 2011 till 4 June 2011.

    * The tournament shall be held at Tampines Sports Hall and any other venues as decided by the organisers.

    * The final shall be held at Bukit Gombak Sports Hall or other venues as decided by the organisers.

    * The tournament shall consist of five matches and the order of play shall be as follows:

    (a) Active Ager/Veteran Men’s Doubles; (Now the emphasis on Active Ageing)
    (b) Women’s Singles;
    (c) Mixed Doubles;
    (d) Men’s Singles; and
    (e) Men’s Doubles.

    Tournament System

    8.1 The top eight teams from last year’s tournament will be seeded into eight groups. The other registered teams will be drawn at random into the same eight groups.

    8.2 The first round will be played on a Group Double Knockout System.

    8.3 The winning teams from both winners’ and losers’ brackets in the first round would be placed in the second round fixtures by balloting, in accordance to the balloting format for Inter-Constituency Games (ICG) 2011.

    8.4 The second round will be played on a Group Single Knockout System. The best four teams from the second round will proceed to the final round.

    8.5 The final round will be played on a Single Knockout System.

    8.6 In the event that less than 25 Constituency Sports Clubs (CSCs) registered for this tournament, the tournament will be cancelled.

    (Quite a complicated and long process.) :D
    But I think this year would be more competitive and interesting!
     
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    Composition of Teams

    2.1 Each team shall consist of a minimum of eight players to a
    maximum of 14 players inclusive of at least two female
    players, one active ager and one veteran male player; and
    together with a team manager, a coach and an official.

    The active ager shall be male and 50 years and above as at
    1 January 2011, those born on or before 1 January 1961 and
    the veteran player shall be male and 45 years old and above as
    at 1 January 2011, those born on or before 1 January 1966
    shall be eligible. The composition of the Active Ager/Veteran
    Men’s Doubles shall include at least one active ager
    player/participant.

    Active ager players who are aged 50 years and veteran players
    who are aged 45 and above are allowed to compete in either
    Active Ager/Veteran Men’s Doubles, Men’s Doubles, Men’s
    Singles and Mixed Doubles; and they are allowed to compete
    in only one match per tie per session. However, only one
    veteran player is allowed to pair with active ager player in the

    Active Ager/Veteran Men’s Doubles.

    There shall be no repetition of players for each tie.

    Eligibility

    3.1 All participants shall be Singapore Citizens or Singapore
    Permanent Residents with Singapore Blue Identity Card.

    3.2 Participants must be at least 12 years of age or above as at
    1 January 2011(those born on or before 1 January 1999) to
    participate in this tournament.

    3.3 The ineligibility of players shall be based on the advice and list
    provided by the Singapore Badminton Association (SBA). The
    following categories of players and coaches shall not be
    allowed to participate in this tournament:

    (a) National Players;
    (b) National Coaches;
    (c) Sparring Partners; and
    (d) Suspended Players, if any.


    3.5 Each team is allowed to register a maximum of two

    Singapore permanent resident players, (must be Singapore
    blue identity card holder) who are not coaches or sparring
    partners (Refer to the list of ineligibility players provided by
    SBA).

    There shall strictly be no replacement of players if the players

    were found to be ineligible.


    Ineligible Players' List

    S/N Name of Player




    I Full-time National Men (Team 1)

    1 Hendri Kurniawan Saputra
    2 Hendra Wijaya
    3 Chayut Triyachart
    4 Danny Bawa Chrisnanta
    5 Wong Zi Liang Derek
    6 Chen Yongzhao Ashton
    7 Huang Chao
    8 Robin Gonansa
    9 Tang Yew Loong Johnathan
    10 Yeo Zhao Jiang Terry
    11 Liu Yi
    12 Wong Hao Cong Jeffrey
    13 Andrianus Adi Prasojo
    14 Ngo Yi Chye
    15 Ong Soon Lee Gerald

    II Full-time National Women (Team 1)

    1 Xing Aiying
    2 Zhang Beiwen
    3 Fu Mingtian
    4 Chen Jiayuan
    5 Shinta Mulia Sari
    6 Yao Lei
    7 Neo Yu Yan Vanessa
    8 Liu Fan Frances
    9 Gu Juan
    10 Thng Ting Ting
    11 Tan Wei Han

    III National Coaches

    1 Luan Ching


    2 Eng Hian
    3 Ding Chao
    4 Prasetyo Restu Basuki
    5 Nunung Wibiyanto
    6 Jeffer Rosobin

    IV Sparring Partners

    1 Marcus Wijanu
    2 Made Citra Darma Perdana
    3 Pribadi Setia Atmaja

     
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    yes bruce he is in. u will know him. see u tonite 7.30 pm
     
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    R u chin or not?
     
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    who is chin? me doesn't know him
     
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    Looks like the game is on.. Lets rock and roll. Entries closed. ;)
     
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    63 Teams competing in 8 groups

    A badminton enthusiast to Singapore might be surprised to see so many constituency teams participating in what is now known as The Community Games.

    This year's badminton competition is held at the Tampines Sports Hall, which has the most number of public courts at 19.

    http://www.tampineszone.com/SportsHall.htm

    The competition started yesterday for Round 1. In all, 63 teams will compete in 8 Groups:

    http://pacsc.org.sg/images/MungoBlobs/IBadT2011/cg2011-badgroupinground1.pdf

    Since each team is expected to field a mamimum of 8 players in 5 events:

    (a) Active Ager/Veteran Men’s Doubles; (2)
    (b) Women’s Singles; (1)
    (c) Mixed Doubles; (2)
    (d) Men’s Singles; (1) and
    (e) Men’s Doubles. (2)

    Therefore the total number of players involved in Round 1 works out to a maximum of 504 (63 Teams x 8 players). This is by no means a small number. And this is competitive badminton, so the number of social players will be many times more. Just an indication of how popular the game is in Singapore. :D


    Tournament System

    8.1 The top eight teams from last year’s tournament will be seeded into eight groups. The other registered teams will be drawn at random into the same eight groups.

    8.2 The first round will be played on a Group Double Knockout System.

    8.3 The winning teams from both winners’ and losers’ brackets in the first round would be placed in the second round fixtures by balloting, in accordance to the balloting format for Inter-Constituency Games (ICG) 2011.

    8.4 The second round will be played on a Group Single Knockout System. The best four teams from the second round will proceed to the final round.

    8.5 The final round will be played on a Single Knockout System.

    I wasn't there yesterday morning at Tampinese to witness the Round 1 matches but here are the results:

    http://pacsc.org.sg/images/MungoBlobs/IBadT2011/rd1fixtures10apr.pdf

    Three seeded teams namely, Yew Tee, Pasir Ris East, Pasir Ris West advanced to the next round. While Chua Chu Kang got a bye, two other seeded teams, Siglap and Chong Pang lost to Sembawang and Mountbaten respectively. A friend who is playing as a reserve in the Sembawang team said they have many good players from China and Indonesia (?).

    Unfortunately, the detailed scores have not been released.

    Sembawang will meet Hougang in Group 5 on Fri, 15 April at 7.30 pm. Matches for the other teams are spaced out at different dates.

    Will Sembawang be the dark horse this year and go on to win the tournament? :rolleyes:

    It is hard to say at such an early stage of the tournament which is expected to last till next month. :D

    http://pacsc.org.sg/images/MungoBlobs/IBadT2011/cg2011-badgroupinground1.pdf
     
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    hi... which are the top teams rite now??
     
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    See the last link above for Round 1 results.
     

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