08 January 2014

Bengkel Teknik Menjawab Kertas Bahasa Melayu PMR dan SPM

Bengkel Teknik Menjawab Kertas Bahasa Melayu PMR dan SPM telah diadakan hari ini (Khamis, 9 Januari 2014). Penceramah ialah Encik Thuraiveloo a/l Ooslappan, seorang guru yang mempunyai pengalaman mengajar selama 24 tahun. Seramai 66 pelajar tingkatan 3 dan 68 pelajar Tingkatan 5 telah menghadiri bengkel tersebut. 

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Welcoming the National Junior Players of Squash from British

Selamat Kembali ke Sekolah

Admin Laman Sesawang mengucapkan selamat kembali ke SSBJ dan selamat tahun baru 2014 kepada semua atlet dan guru-guru.

29 August 2013

Yen Mei bags gold in Asean meet in Hanoi

KUALA LUMPUR: Youngster Ho Yen Mei got a timely boost ahead of the Asian Junior Championships when she nailed the girl’s singles title in the Asean Schools Games at Hanoi, which ended on Sunday.
Yen Mei, an aspiring badminton shuttler from Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS), staved off strong resistance from compatriot Yap Rui Chen 21-19, 17-21, 21-14 in the final.
She will now head to Sabah with extra impetus to show that Malaysia have talents in the girls singles department when she takes part in the Asian Junior meet starting on July 7. Malaysia have never featured in the final of the girls’ singles event.
The 17-year-old Yen Mei will be joined by five other singles shuttlers — Rui Chen, Sylvia Kavita Kumares, S. Kisona, Lee Zii Yii and Lee Ying Ying for the Asian junior meet.
Meanwhile, in the Asean Schools Games, Malaysia also won another gold medal in badminton through the boys’ doubles Chua Khek Wei-Mohammad Amzzar.
Malaysia returned home from the Asean meet with a medal haul of 25-30-30 to finish second overall behind champions and hosts Vietnam. Vietnam ended the Games with a massive haul of 50-27-23 to top the eight-country field.
Besides badminton, the other sports contested were aquatics, athletics, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, sepak takraw, pencak silat and artistic gymnastics.
Source: http://www.thestar.com.my/Sport/Badminton/2013/07/02/Yen-Mei-bags-gold-in-Asean-meet-in-Hanoi.aspx

Kisona stays focused ahead of Asian Junior Championships

KUALA LUMPUR: Young shuttler S. Kisona looks like any other ordinary Indian girl but when she speaks, she makes heads turn with her fluent Mandarin.
“Yes, I do get those surprised looks,” giggled the 15-year-old Kisona.

“I studied at the Yuk Hua Primary Chinese School in Jelebu, Negri Sembilan and so naturally, I speak the language. In fact, I converse in Mandarin with my three siblings at home and with most of my team-mates in Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) too. Knowing Mandarin does help to build stronger camaraderie in the team.”
Kisona is one of the promising girl singles players in BJSS and on Sunday, she underlined her talent by winning two titles – the Under-16 singles and doubles events in the 100Plus National Grand Prix Finals. She won the doubles with Lee Ying Ying.
She had also swept a double in the Under-14 category in the GP Finals last year.
For her consistent performances, she won the right to represent the country in the Asian Junior Championships from July 7-14 at Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. She will be joined by Ho Yen Mei, Yap Rui Chen, Lee Zi Yii, Slyvia Kavita Kumares and Ying Ying.
If all goes well for Kisona, the slender policeman’s daughter may be able to arrest one of the current problems in the Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) – the lack of quality women singles star coming through the ranks.
Kisona wants to make it big but she realises that she needs to be disciplined and diligent.
“I am very focused in my badminton career now. I have been playing in many junior tournaments to sharpen my game and I do hope to become a top player one day,” said Kisona, who admires and aspires to be like India’s Saina Nehwal.
In fact, since coming under the charge of Indonesian Rony Agustinus in April, Kisona has shown improvement. She won the girls’ Under-16 and Under-18 titles in the Thailand International in Trang.
Her strong supporters and motivators are her parents –Selvaduray and Valarmathi.
“My father is a policeman and he is strict. He has encouraged me since I took up the sport when I was four years old. And when I first won a title in the National Close as a Standard Two student, I knew, this was the direction that I wanted to take,” said the Form Three student.
“Currently, juggling between studies and sports is a challenge because I am hardly here. I am going to the Asean School Games next (in Hanoi from June 22-30) but my ultimate goal is to do well in my second Asian Junior championships. If I do well, I have better chance of representing the country at the World Junior championships (in Bangkok from Oct 23-Nov 7),” she added.
For the record, last year, Malaysia had only one representative in the final of the Asian Junior meet but Soong Joo Ven lost to Kento Momota of Japan in the final of the boys’ singles and failed to defend the title won by Zulfadli Zulkifli in 2011.


13 April 2013

Welson Sim breaks Daniel Bego's record

Sarawakian Welson Sim breaks Daniel Bego’s eight-year-old 200m record

<b>Beaming with joy:</b> A happy Welson Sim Wee Shang of Sarawak after winning the gold and breaking the meet record in the Boys 16-18 200m freestyle in Shah Alam Monday. —ART CHEN/The StarBeaming with joy: A happy Welson Sim Wee Shang of Sarawak after winning the gold and breaking the meet record in the Boys 16-18 200m freestyle in Shah Alam Monday. —ART CHEN/The Star

SHAH ALAM: Sarawakian Welson Sim was on cloud nine after breaking his idol’s eight -year-old meet record in the MSSM (national schools) swimming championships at the Shah Alam Aquatic Centre yesterday.
His idol is none other than multiple SEA Games gold medallist Daniel Bego.
And yesterday, Welson looks set to follow in the footsteps of the better known Sarawakian after clocking 1:55.74 in the boy’s 16-18 200m freestyle race to erase Daniel’s record of 1:56.83 set in 2005.
Welson made a strong splash on the first day of the national schools meet considering he only moved up to the 16-18 age-group category this year, But still, he was not that pleased with his effort.
“I felt I could have done better as this is my favourite discipline. I was confident of breaking the meet record as I had swam a personal best of 1:55.00. That’s why I felt I could have done better,” said Welson, who also smashed Daniel’s long-time records in the 13-15 age-group category in the national schools meet in Kota Kinabalu last year.
He now trains together at the same pool with his fellow Sarawakian after accepting a call-up to join the full-time national swimming squad based at Bukit Jalil under Australian coach Paul Birmingham.
Welson was not the only record breaker. Selangor duo Yap Siew Hui and Benny Ng set new records in girls’ 13-15 50m butterfly and boy’s 16-18 50m breaststroke respectively.
Siew Hui clocked 28.40 to erase the previous mark of 29.48 set by Heidi Loo in 2009 and it turned out to be a personal best for her.
“It is better than the time I set when I took gold for Selangor at last year’s Sukma in Kuantan,” said Siew Hui, who took her second gold in the 200m freestyle and a silver in 100m backstroke.
Benny posted 30.14 to better last year’s winning mark of 30.62 belonging to Shaun Yap in the boy’s 16-18 50m breaststroke race.

05 April 2013

Eain Yow's Olympic dream

Ng eain Yow with his Athlete of the Year award

SHOULD Nicol David's efforts to get squash into the Olympics become successful, Malaysia's chances of winning a medal at the event in 2020 looks set to be in good hands with up and coming junior Ng Eain Yow.

Eain Yow was yesterday named the 2012 Malaysian Schools Sports Council (MSSM)-Milo Sports Award boys' Athlete of the Year after an impressive season last year.
The-14-year-old, who in January clinched the British Junior Open Under-15 title, did well to win the Dunlop Pontefract Junior Open title (Under-15) in London last year.
He also racked up titles at the Milo All Stars International Junior Open, Penang International Junior Open, Asian Junior Individual Championships, National Junior Title as well as the MSSM Squash Championships title.
Eain Yow said the award, which has been won by big names such as badminton player Rashid Sidek and diver Pandelela Rinong in the past, will inspire him to achieve more in the future.
"I am really quite surprised to win. This is an honour for me and I will continue to work hard to win more titles after this," said the Bukit Jalil Sports School student.
"I have to thank my school and my coach Andrew (Cross) for their support as I would not be here without them.
"The school has been very kind to me and has given me many chances to compete while my coach has taught me a lot in the three years I have been at the school."
Eain Yow, who idolises national player Ong Beng Hee, added that his ultimate goal would be to compete in the Olympics one day.
"It is definitely my dream to compete in the Olympics and hopefully do well there. Even Nicol (David) has not yet had a chance to play in the Games so it would be an honour if I could get the chance."
Meanwhile, the girls' Athlete of the Year title went to national diver Traisy Vivien Tukiet after she qualified for the Diving World Cup and Olympic Games, which were both held in London last year.
She was, however, not able to attend the awards ceremony as she is currently training with the national team in China. 
Roll of Honour
Boys’ — Most Promising Athlete: Nee Gui Ping (Swimming)
Special Award: Abdul Aziz Mohd Zahit (Cycling)
Special Education Award: Lim Chee Chong (athletics)
Athlete of the Year: Ng Eain Yow
Girls’ — Most Promising Athlete: Nur Aliah Izzati Muhammad Anis Squash)
Special Award: Loh Ying Ting (Wushu)
Special Education Award:  Siti Nooradhiah Ismail (Athletics)
Athlete of the Year: Traisy Vivien Tukiet
Most Dedicated Teacher (male) : Lee Yock Chin (Table Tennis)
Most Dedicated Teacher (female): Rasia Ak Lutang (athletics)
Leadership award: Abdull Rahman Md Nor

Read more: Eain Yow's Olympic dream - Other - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/sports/other/eain-yow-s-olympic-dream-1.225959#ixzz2PeXu6Iew