| Football | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 29 Nov 2015 | Beeray |
The clouds resembled puffy cottons but they still couldn’t conceal the beautiful blue sky. The grass was wet, the air was crisp and Kelab Aman’s field was already bustling by 7.50am with eager footballers, warming up.
It was perfect for a day of football and about 27 teams of young boys and girls converged at the Kelab Aman for the Junior Football Invitational Tournament 2015.
In total, there were 6 teams in the Under 8 category, 5 teams in the U-10, 8 in the U-12 and another 8 teams in U-14. It was very well organised, considering the number of teams and children all in one venue in one day.
Organizer Davinder Singh Randhawa tells us this had originally been in a league format that lasted for months in the past. “This time we’re doing it for kids to enjoy during school holidays. All participants will be receiving a certificate and medal, so everyone returns home a victor” he tells BeeRaise.
SuperGirls bagged third place out of six teams that were playing Under Eight game. As usual, they were the only all girls team for this category. We did however witness another all girls team Under 14 category. These girls played tremendously well.
Out of five matches played, the SuperGirls won one and loss one game. They won (4-0) against Kiddo Kickers B. Loss 0-2 to KLYS B. It was draw 1-1 against KLYS A and 0-0 against FISA and Kiddo Kickers A.
With their beloved captain and star player away training at West Ham United Foundation, the girls pulled through the tournament with grit and might. Today’s match saw more SuperGirls players attempting to penetrate the opposition’s goal post. They also displayed a more matured game with better communicate on field than off field.
Today’s match marks the last match for 2015 tournament. We hope to see more new players get selected for future tournaments so we can send more than just one all girls team to represent Subang Jaya Community Sports Club (SJCSC).
Till we meet again. Bigger, bolder and better SuperGirls.