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    Default 4 June 2011 (Saturday) @ Chua Chu Kang Sports Hall

    Quote Originally Posted by laolindan View Post
    When is the final ?
    Please note the date and change of venue for the Finals:

    4 June 2011 (Saturday) @ Chua Chu Kang Sports Hall


    http://www.pacsc.org.sg/images/Mungo...sults15may.pdf

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    YCK should have won the MS but the TPC player had excellent fighting spirit and never gave up.

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    YCK's MS Nigel (?) in black seemed very confident against TPC's long-haired Woo in the early rallies when the latter struggled to return Nigel's well-placed shots. It was to Woo's credit that he never gave up and chased everything that came back to him. He forced a rubber on Nigel and his tenacity soon cause Nigel's game to fall apart.
    YCK's MD is an experienced pair (your friends Loh?) and they were stronger on paper but I thought they played too defensively. TPC's Adrian was the better player of the pair and was too quick for his opponents.

    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    It worked as TPC's young pair was too strong for YCK. It was incessant attacks on the YCK team which could only give token resistance with high returns for yet another smash from their opponents, Darren and Adrain.
    Congratulations to Toa Payoh Central
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcls1 View Post
    Even w/o Li Yu Jia, but if they field Jiang Yan Mei for WS, Xie Ming for MS, Bai Song/Syafiq for MD, and give up XD, i think they may have higher chance for winning the game in this case
    Not sure why Mountbatten's Wei Ping didnt turn up for the semi-finals but it would have been a tough match for the botak Chinese player in the Mens Singles. Would be interesting to see a matchup between Bai Song/Syafiq and Mountbatten's Guorui/Alvin. Maybe we will see this at the CSC tournament.

    My predictions for the finals/3rd, 4th placing:
    1st - Mountbatten
    2nd - Toa Payoh Central
    3rd - Sembawang
    4th - Yio Chu Kang
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    YCK should have won the MS but the TPC player had excellent fighting spirit and never gave up.



    YCK's MD is an experienced pair (your friends Loh?) and they were stronger on paper but I thought they played too defensively. TPC's Adrian was the better player of the pair and was too quick for his opponents.



    Congratulations to Toa Payoh Central
    You are absolutely right. My friends played too defensively indeed and I'm disappointed that the younger Kai Sin did not capitalize on his big smash. I'm not sure whether the YCK MD has been playing long together though. Even then TPC put up a more impressive fight and took every opportunity to attack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loh View Post
    please note the date and change of venue for the finals:

    4 june 2011 (saturday) @ chua chu kang sports hall


    http://www.pacsc.org.sg/images/mungo...sults15may.pdf

    please be reminded of the finals this saturday :d

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    please be reminded of the finals this saturday :d
    I forgot already, but my wife remembered it. Haha...

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    Default Details of Finals at CCK Sports Hall on Sat 4 June 2011

    COMMUNITY GAMES 2011-BADMINTON TOURNAMENT

    FINALS
    Chua Chu Kang Sports Hall

    3rd & 4th Position (3.30 pm)


    Yio Chu Kang vs Sembawang

    1st & 2nd Position (4 pm)

    Toa Payoh Central vs Mountbatten

    Hope to see you there!

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    Default Mountbatten is Champion

    Mountbatten was crowned champion of the Community Games 2011 Badminton when it defeated Toa Payoh Central 3-0, I was informed.

    I arrived rather late to watch the final stages of the XD.

    Sembawang beat Yio Chu Kang to secure third placing, apparently by a similar margin.

    The finals was quite well supported. Mr Lee Yi Shyan, Minister of State and SBA President gave away the prizes.

    This annual event finally came to a close and proved to be popular with the badminton community. The tournament was hotly contested over a period of more than a month. Social badminton players all over Singapore converge to pit their skills against one another and in the process got to know more friends. I think it has been very successful.

    We have to wait for another year to see battle again.
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    Hi Loh, thanks for the nice pictures. I will download for my momery. Haha...

    Btw, Mountbatten defeated Toa Payoh Central 4-0, as 2 matches were played at the same time.

    Sembawang beat Yio Chu Kang 3-0. So it proved that top 3 teams are Mountbatten, Sembawang & Yew Tee. If any 2 of the above 3 were playing in final, then the matches would be much more exciting to watch. Hope next year 3 of them will not be in same half again. Haha...

    Btw, look at Sudirman cup, the more exciting matches like Men's double, mix double were played first. This is more exciting and reasonable actually. Don't know what the organizers were thinking to let veteran play first. Should always let young people fight first as they never tired and reserve energy for older folks. Thus young guys can gain experience and improve. This year the committee wanted to let young guys rest and let older folks to gain more experience? I have to say that this is really a stupic arrangement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    Hi Loh, thanks for the nice pictures. I will download for my momery. Haha...

    Btw, Mountbatten defeated Toa Payoh Central 4-0, as 2 matches were played at the same time.

    Sembawang beat Yio Chu Kang 3-0. So it proved that top 3 teams are Mountbatten, Sembawang & Yew Tee. If any 2 of the above 3 were playing in final, then the matches would be much more exciting to watch. Hope next year 3 of them will not be in same half again. Haha...

    Btw, look at Sudirman cup, the more exciting matches like Men's double, mix double were played first. This is more exciting and reasonable actually. Don't know what the organizers were thinking to let veteran play first. Should always let young people fight first as they never tired and reserve energy for older folks. Thus young guys can gain experience and improve. This year the committee wanted to let young guys rest and let older folks to gain more experience? I have to say that this is really a stupic arrangement.
    Were you in pic 2 sitting on the first row with the Sembawang players in red? I thought I saw you but can't be sure, hahaha.

    Thanks for the actual scores. When I arrived I was actually a bit puzzled why the same two teams were playing on two courts and their t-shirts are almost of the same colour light green. Now you've clarified for me. Mountbatten would still have won in 3 matches, instead of 4 though.

    I agree that they should make it more exciting to let the young players play first, at least for the semifinals and finals. Yes the draw has much to influence the end-result and I hope next year the draw will be more balanced.
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    Haha... Thanks. I am the guy in yellow top with spec sitting 2nd most left with the 2 Sambawang ladies. To be more specific, me, Jian Yanmei, Li Yujia, Bai Song. Haha... They are all very good, professional players, me very lousy player, very small small fly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    Haha... Thanks. I am the guy in yellow top with spec sitting 2nd most left with the 2 Sambawang ladies. To be more specific, me, Jian Yanmei, Li Yujia, Bai Song. Haha... They are all very good, professional players, me very lousy player, very small small fly.
    Yes I thought so you are the guy and that's why I reproduced another bigger pic 7 above to confirm!

    I have seen your famous two ladies many times before, including when they were training at the old SBA Hall.

    BTW Alex Kok, shown in one of the above pics (second last pic pointing his finger), who is a reserve in the Sembawang team also plays in our social team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Yes I thought so you are the guy and that's why I reproduced another bigger pic 7 above to confirm!

    I have seen your famous two ladies many times before, including when they were training at the old SBA Hall.

    BTW Alex Kok, shown in one of the above pics (second last pic pointing his finger), who is a reserve in the Sembawang team also plays in our social team.
    I see. You are famous, can show your photo? In order to make more friends, let's have some friendly match one day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    I see. You are famous, can show your photo? In order to make more friends, let's have some friendly match one day?
    We are no match for Sembawang I can assure you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    We are no match for Sembawang I can assure you.
    We are not Sembawang team, Loh. We are LIGEL Badminton at Yew Tee. LOL...

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    I think for the next year, some 'teams' will be too strong for others. Too open IMO. There are good players who haven't group up together yet, once they do, they will dominate. Am sure you know who they are.. lol.

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    Maybe in time to come, it will be teams from CHN, INA, MAS, THA and SIN competing among themselves.

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