Teachers in charge
- Mr Azimi Bin Ahmad (1st IC)
- Mr Mohamad Ali (2nd IC)
- Mr Tan CC
- Mr Santhosa Kumar
- Mr Mohamed Noor bin Mahmood (Coach)
|Every Tuesday||8.00 a.m. – 9.30 a.m.||P3 to P6 pupils|
|Every Wednesday (training)||2.00 p.m. – 4.00 p.m.||Selected P3 to P6 pupils who have been identified and selected for training|
|Every Friday (training)||2.30 p.m – 4.30 p.m.||Selected P3 to P6 pupils who have been identified and selected for training|
Extra sepak takraw training sessions are conducted before and during the national competitions. Post-competition, current and new potential sepak takraw players will continually be scouted and identified to attend further training in preparation for next year’s competitions.
Sepaktakraw differs from the similar sport of volleyball in its use of a rattan ball and only allowing players to use their feet, knee, chest and head to touch the ball. It is a popular sport in Southeast Asia. In Malaysia, the game is called sepak raga or takraw.
A match is played by two teams, also known as 'regus', each consisting of three players. One of the three players shall be at the back; he is called a “Tekong”. The other two players shall be in front, one on the left and the other on the right. The player on the left is called a “Left Inside” and the player on the right is called a “Right Inside”. The side that must serve first shall start the first set. The side that wins the first set shall have the options of “Choosing Service”. The throw must be executed as soon as the referee calls the score. If either of the "Inside" players throws the ball before the referee calls the score, it must be re-thrown and a warning will be given to the thrower. During the service, as soon as the Tekong kicks the ball, all the players are allowed to move about freely in their respective courts. The service is valid if the ball passes over the net, whether it touches the net or not, and inside the boundary of the two net tapes and boundary lines of the opponent’s court
Since 2006, some of the pupils were identified as potential sepak takraw players and hence a team was formed to participate in the zonal competition. Since then, our Sepak Takraw boys have performed well in the zonal competition each year and subsequently went on to qualify and perform well in the Nationals competition.
2018: Junior Team achieved 1st position in the National competition.
2017 : Junior Team achieved 3rd position while Senior Team achieved 2nd position in the National competition.
2016 : Junior Team achieved 1st position in the National competition.
2015 : Junior Team achieved 1st position while Senior Team achieved 3rd position at South Zone competition. The Junior Team also achieved 3rd position at the National competition.
Photos of pupils in action
Our senior team players warming up before their match.
The senior team players do a group cheer before their match starts.
The senior team players shaking hands with their opponents before the match.
Our junior team players are ready for their next move.
Our junior team players are always alert and ready for the next move from their opponents.
Teamwork is very important.
The Junior team has done exceptionally well in this year’s nationals competition clinching a top 2 finish.
The players listen intently to the instructions given by the coach and teacher in-charge in order to stay focussed in the game.
We are so proud of our Junior team for their valiant effort to beat their opponent to finally become the National Champion.
At the grand finals, our Junior team celebrated our victory as Junior champions together with our supporters.
Our jubilant junior sepak takraw players posing with their champion trophies at the finals.