KLASS Lions Sports Round-up

KLASS Lions Sports Round-up

Exceptional performance by our KLASS Lions teams:

U13 AIMS Football - Boys

The U13 boys won the AIMS football event in dramatic style. Having had a smooth route to the final, the boys faced a tougher challenge from GIS in the final game. With the score locked at full time, it took a special moment with 30 seconds of extra time left to separate the teams. A wonder strike from 40 yards left the crowd speechless as KLASS came out on top to take the trophy.

U13 AIMS Football - Girls

The girls battled well to secure a semi-final spot in a fiercely contested football event. With little between the two sides, this encounter saw GIS hold on to an early lead to come out on top. The girls bounced back in style though as they rallied in the 3rd/4th play-off game, beating BSKL to secure 3rd position.

U15 KLASS Series Volleyball - Boys

The boys gave a strong performance throughout the whole event. It was a round robin between all 6 teams that participated for the event, only losing 1 match against the eventual winner from Tenby Setia Eco Park. Finishing in 2nd place as their final ranking after playing 5 matches on that day.

U15 KLASS Series Volleyball - Girls

An interesting day for our girls as the main team was split into two squads for the event in order to provide more match experience for everyone involved. Both squads provided a strong showing where the B squad took 3rd placing by defeating Epsom in the 3rd / 4th placing match. A squad narrowly lost to Tenby Setia Ecopark during the first round and produced a stronger performance when playing in the final by defeating Tenby (2 - 1) to grab the championship.

U18 Sunbear Badminton Cup

In our first competition away from school, our Under 18s put on a strong performance against some very challenging opponents in the Sunbear Cup on Saturday. Our newly developed squad adapted well and our singles and doubles pairings were put to the test as they went against 6 different schools coming out 5th overall split by only a few points.

Open DSM Golf Competition

The squad of developing golfers played 18 holes at Bangi Golf and Country club with students from around Kuala Lumpur. On what is a challenging course the squad achieved some of their best scores this year. Highlights of the results include Year 7 student Ji Yu achieving a victory in the A4 nett score category.

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U9 - U18 ISKL Track and Field Event

There were some outstanding personal performances in the recent track and field meet. Our students ran, jumped and threw their way to many medals. Strong team contributions all round saw Alice Smith take 3rd place in the primary event whilst the 4 x 400m relay saw the whole event culminate in a gripping race where Year 11 anchor runner, Othman made up a 70 metre deficit to secure a podium place.

U18 KLASS Series Badminton

As a newly selected and developing squad, we faced our first competition in our very own home at KLASS. A full day of badminton for the boys and girls as they take on 5 schools in a best of 3 game. There were some exciting rubber sets that were played as some of the boys and girls found their equals, bringing out all the skills and tricks into the final game. Both the boys and girls squad came out second overall, losing the top spot by only 1 game for the boys and 2 for the girls. Overall, a solid performance by them. 

U9 - U18 AIMS Series Swimming

We have 62 swimmers who qualified for the AIMS Series Final after going through 5 Legs of the AIMS Series throughout the academic year. We are hoping the U9 and U11 swimmers will make some waves in ISKL to boost their confidence in preparation for the AIMS Primary in May. For the secondary team, we are looking for some good swim from our swimmers following a great outing at SEASAC Senior recently.

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U18 AIMS Badminton

Challenged by a different environment and lighting conditions, our boys and girls A squad were put to the test as they played against some of the strongest players from schools such as GIS, ISP, ISKL & KTJ. Garnering support from each other, the boys came out finishing 3rd and the girls finished 4th. It was particularly exciting for our girls squad as they started getting into the zone towards the last few games narrowly missing out on 3rd place just by 1 win.

We also wish the best of luck to the U15 FOBISIA Basketball Team and FOBISIA Climbing Team who are competing over the weekend.

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