King's Students win Malaysian and Singaporean Games
The King’s College London Malaysia and Singapore Society (KCLMSS) stormed to victory as overall champions of the Nottingham Malaysian and Singaporean Games on Saturday 5 November.
The Nottingham Malaysian and Singaporean Games is the largest sporting event of its kind, attracting members of Malaysian and Singaporean student societies from all over the UK. The Games were first organised in 1985 by the University of Nottingham’s Malaysian and Singaporean Society and have been held annually ever since, attracting several hundred competitors and supporters each year.
Highlights for the King’s team included:
Wins in both the men’s and women’s singles tennis for Law students Gavin Neo and Chloe Chan
An all-King’s final in the badminton, won by Shelson Lim (Biomedical Sciences) over Byron Lu Morrell (Medicine); both then partnered up to win the doubles final as well
First place for the Adventure Games team of Andrea Tan (Law), Edmund Neo (Medicine), Ko Yuen Gi (Law), Ho Ziwei (Law), Mildred Tan (Law) and Germaine Leung (Law).
Chloe Chan, Sports Officer for KCLMSS, said: ‘We are extremely delighted with the results which caught us by utter surprise and go to show how the spirit of King’s continues to imbue us! Hopefully next year we can repeat our success.’