Sports Awards (Primary & Secondary)

Friday 5th July saw over 200 Primary students attend the annual Sports Awards. This was a chance to celebrate all the successes of the past 12 months and reward the students who have excelled. 

We have seen a 2% rise in attendance to 223 students which excites the PE staff just as much as winning trophies. There are certain age groups we need to focus on which we will be doing through PE lessons and CCA.
 


        2017/2018

      2018/2019


BOYS

GIRLS

BOYS

GIRLS

Year 6 & 7

44

35

41&7=48

38&9=47

Year 5

27

24

42

24

Year 4

37

19

23

17

Year 2 & 3

8

14

3

19

Total

116

92

116

107

GRAND TOTAL

208

36%

223

38%


This year’s winners and nominees:

Victor Ludorum Winner for Sporting Excellence throughout their time in Primary: Peter Young

Victrix Ludorum Winner for Sporting Excellence throughout their time in Primary: Maya Ahmed

Year 6 Sports Boy: Zen Vinn, Zen Vier, Hamza, Lionel and Jake - joint winners

Year 6 Sports Girl: Van Yi, Lisa, Maisy, Lazima and Hui Cheng - joint winners

Year 5 Sports Boy: Winner - Mann, other nominees - Ethan, Zhen Song, Darren and Donald

Year 5 Sports Girl: Joint Winners - Sara Fujita and Aarini, other nominees - Mikhayla and Yan Toong

Year 4 Sports Boy: Winner - Deron, other nominees - Isaac, Umar, Terrance and Darius

Year 4 Sports Girl: Winner - Anna, other nominees - Qaireen, Mayra, Angelina and Leia

Year 3 Sports Girl: Winner - Daphne, other nominees - Hayley, Jazlyn and Lelia

Congratulations to all for their effort and commitment to a wide range of sports this season and for always striving to adhere to the Schools Core Values both on and off the pitch.

On Friday 12th July it was the turn of the Secondary students to turn up to the glitz and glamour of their Sports Awards Evening. 


        2017/2018

      2018/2019


BOYS

GIRLS

BOYS

GIRLS

Year 11

46

32

47

33

Year 10

38

36

30

28

Year 9

29

28

46

29

Year 8

46

27

25

24

Year 7

23

23

13

26

Total

182

146

161

140

GRAND TOTAL

328

42%

301

40%



Although slightly down on numbers this year (2017/18 was above our expectations) having just over 300 students represent the school is a very impressive number and much is down to the hard work of the staff here at TISKL.  This year we again have had more sports teams playing sport than any other KLISS or KLSL School and each sport has had a minimum of two teams and that is something we are very proud of. 

We are also very proud of all our winners who have represented the teams throughout the past 12 months.

Victor Ludorum Winner for Sporting Excellence throughout their time in Secondary:

Kuhanraj Nagarajoo (other nominees: Keenan, Chee Syuen and Madhav)

Victrix Ludorum Winner for Sporting Excellence throughout their time in Secondary: Chloe Goy (other nominees: Sophie, Ai XIn, Yuiq and Cerelia)

Year 11 Sports Boy: Winner - Douglas, other nominees - Chee Syuen, Ryan, Timothy and Jeff 

Year 11 Sports Girl: Winner - Ai Xin, other nominees - Yuiq, Sophie, Chloe and Cerelia

Year 10 Sports Boy: Joint Winners - Zafran and Bryan, other nominees - Sang Woo, Ijaz and Aakash

Year 10 Sports Girl: Winner - Natalie, other nominees - Leena, Hayley, Sarah Ann and Jing Wen

Year 9 Sports Boy: Winner - Sean, other nominees - Eldrick, Elvis, Seunggoo and Yue Hang

Year 9 Sports Girl: Winner - Erina, other nominees - Reshika, Yong Tong, Yuen Jin and Gladys

Year 8 Sports Boy: Winner - Bo Sung, other nominees - Tom, Kim and Pu Heng

Year 8 Sports Girl: Winner - Priscilla, other nominees - Clarissa, Irise, Ying En and Megan

Year 7 Sports Boy: Winner - David, other nominees - Kae Sern, Ben Park and Nicklas

Year 7 Sports Girl: Winner - Melisa, other nominees - Maya, Sandyha and Amyrra

AIMS information

After two years of planning, the two main International School Sports Committees (KLISS and ISAC) have voted to amalgamate under the AIMS (The Association of International Malaysian Schools) banner.

This will see the 17 Schools; ISKL, Alice Smith, HELP, IGB, ISP, BSKL, Sunway, MKIS, elc, SJIIM, Nexus, AISM, Tenby, Garden, KTJ, Taylor’s Puchong and ourselves work more closely and compete on a more regular basis. This year won’t see much change but from August 2020 the 17 will split into two Divisions based on ability. 

Team Thunder will also still be a part of KLSL which will see us playing against a range of other schools such as Sri KDU, MIGS, APIS, Beaconhouse and many of the AIMS Schools. Exciting times ahead!

Fixture List

Below is the link to the 2019/20 Fixture List. This does not as yet include any KLSL or MSS fixtures which will be added once they are known.
The fixture list is updated daily so you can follow the fortunes of all the Taylor’s Thunder teams.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1C8-yinYIGGYjuTf-_yfKUySabKdySjzzMjdFJlpEO00/edit

Training Schedule:


AFTER SCHOOL

Field

Sports Hall

Monday

O15 & U15 Boys Football - Mr.Ratcliffe, Mr.Sharma, Mr.Sarveas & Mr.Wong


N/A - outside ECA

Tuesday

U13 Girls Football - 

Mr.Ratcliffe 

U11 Boys Basketball - Courts 1-5 - Mr.Prem & Mr.Wong


U15 Girls Netball - Courts 6-10 

  • Ms.Yati & Ms.Audrey

Wednesday

U13 Boys Football - Mr.Sarveas & Mr.Wong

U9 Boys & Girls Benchball - 3.00-3.45

Mr.Victor, Ms.Bella, Ms.Azlinda & Ms.Jo


O15 Boys & Girls Volleyball - Mr.Prem, Mr.Ramesh, Ms.Bella & Ms.Akshara

Thursday

O15 & U15 Girls Football - Ms.Azlinda & Ms.Audrey

U11 Girls Basketball - Courts 1-5

Ms.Bella


U13 Girls Netball

Ms.Yati

Friday

Primary & Secondary XC

Mr.Ratcliffe, Ms.Carol & Ms.Emy

N/A - outside ECA





MORNING CLUBS


Monday

Football U13 - Mr.Sarveas

Tuesday

Primary & Secondary Run Club - Mr.Ratcliffe

Wednesday

O15 Boys Volleyball - Mr.Prem

Thursday


Friday

O15 Girls Volleyball - Ms.Akshara


U11 Girls Basketball - Ms.Bella


O15 Boys and Girls Football

What a way to start the 2019 / 20 season! Two comprehensive victories for both the boys and girls teams over at TISP. The boys racked up 6 goals in the first 20 minutes before Puchong came back into the game. 3 more goals in each of the next thirds gave Team Thunder a 12-0 win. Goals coming from Chee Syuen 4, Timmy 3, Keenan 2, Kuhan 2 and Madhav. The defenders (Ryan, Zafran and Leon) and GK (Sang Woo) where in full control and although Puchong had 1 or 2 chances, the Taylor’s boys were always in full control.
On the next pitch, the girls also found their goal scoring touch. 2018/19 was a frustrating time in front of goal but they more than made up for this by hitting 9 in a comfortable 9-0 triumph. Both teams will be looking to bring home a trophy or two this season if they continue this form.

Chris Ratcliffe
Director of Sport
ratcliffe.chris@kl.tis.edu.my