School sports

No secret to rise of Red Wings

Bukit Batok Secondary's Muhammad Khaireel Aiman (with ball) breaking through Damai Secondary's defence line during their Schools National C Division Rugby Championship (Bowl) third-placing match on Wednesday. Bukit Batok won the match 35-22 to claim
Bukit Batok Secondary's Muhammad Khaireel Aiman (with ball) breaking through Damai Secondary's defence line during their Schools National C Division Rugby Championship (Bowl) third-placing match on Wednesday. Bukit Batok won the match 35-22 to claim their first C Division rugby medal.ST PHOTO: SONG TAO

A clear vision, discipline and unity contribute to Bukit Batok Sec rugby team's Bowl bronze

In a game whose primary method of scoring is called a try, Bukit Batok Secondary School's rugby team have never stopped trying to establish themselves on the schools scene.

Never mind that their best result at the Schools National Rugby Championship before this year is believed to be a third-placed finish in the B Division Plate competition in 2008. Never mind that they last featured at the annual tournament in 2015 as they lacked enough players to form a team.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 04, 2018, with the headline 'No secret to rise of Red Wings'. Print Edition | Subscribe