Monday, January 19, 2009

Chess Friendly Between SKBJ and SKJ

Boys players from both SKBJ and SKJ.

SKBJ - Aminur, Irfan, Ihsan, Ishraf, Zafran, Affan, Afif Shah and Faqih.

SKJ - Irfan Haqqim, Aqil, Yassier, Shazwan, Nor Hakim, Fahmi, Fikri and Haziq Ahnaf.

Girls players from both SKBJ and SKJ.

SKBJ - Anis Fariha, Nur Faqihah, Aina Farzan, Alya Khairina, Sabrina, Intan Nur Syahida, Lyana Arissan and Anis Nabila.

SKJ - Puteri Rifqah, Puteri Munajjah, Nor Azzahkiah, Ipa Syahwana, Nurul Aqiella, Hany Qistina, Nur Aliah and Lyana Aqilah.

On Sunday 18th January 2009, there was a chess friendly between two primary schools whose chess clubs are active. The two schools are SKBJ - Sek Keb Bukit Jelutong, a member of MSSD Petaling Perdana, and Sek Keb Jenjarom, a member of MSSD Kuala Langat. A team of 16-chess players consist of 8 boys and 8 girls from SKJ were driving more than 50 kilometers to Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam to have chess friendly games.

The format used in the friendly is a 15-minute 8-games-round-robin for each boys and girls section. In other words, each boy or girl player will play againts each boy or girl player of the opponent team. Leading the SKJ players are Irfan Haqqim and his younger sister, Puteri Rifqah, both Selangor MSS players while for SKBJ team led by Aminur and Najib sibblings, Irfan and Ihsan (boys) and Anis Fariha and Nur Faqihah (girls).

Overall, SK Jenjarom has won the chess friendly by winning 75 points whereas SKBJ just managed to score 53 points. The SKJ girls team had edged the SKBJ girls team easily while SKBJ boys team won againts the SKJ boys team. 

Three SKJ players - Irfan Haqqim, Puteri Rifqah and Lyana Aqilah won all their matches respectively. Whereas Irfan and Ihsan led the SKBJ boys by winning 6 rounds each. Meanwhile, Nur Faqihah led the SKBJ girls by scoring 5.5 points.

Thank you very much to everyone especially the involved teachers and parents who has contributed effort, time and money to make the chess friendly game between SKBJ and SKJ happen and successful. Both schools agreed to have similar friendly in the future. May GOD bless all!

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