CCA in the Spotlight – Floorball

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Interviewee: Louis Lee (18-A2) , Michael Ng (18-O3)

Interviewer: Jacey Teoh

1. What is an average CCA session like?

Louis: It’s pretty tiring, especially after having a long day and training sessions are quite intense especially since most of the team are new and we have to up our standard to compete in the A divisions next year. But our coach trains us a lot in many aspects of the game so we can improve as soon as possible.

Michael: The average floorball session is exciting, fast-paced and filled with camaraderie. Despite the physically demanding nature of the CCA, it is ultimately each and every member who make every training a fulfilling session.


  1. What made you decide to join your current CCA?

Louis: I was in floorball back in Cat High, and since my coach is coaching here in EJ, why not continue.

Michael: I decided to join the CCA after seeing the confluence of fun and energetic dedication that my seniors put into every training session. That is definitely a culture that will be carried on through many batches of students to come.


  1. What is one essential quality a person must possess to join this CCA?

Louis: I feel like one really important aspect is teamwork. Floorball is really a team sport and communication and bonding is very impt in order to play as a team. To go far having the team behind your back is especially important, and also bonding off the court would give the chemistry in the court.

Michael: To join the floorball team, all you would need is the fiery passion to be willing to give the team your very best.


  1. What do you think was the highlight for your CCA last year?

Louis: Last year in the ‘A’ divisions we got top 6, although it’s quite an amazing feat for a team that was only established for 2 years, but it was really quite a regret for most of us as we all knew that we could have gone further in the competition, but we would come back stronger next year!

Michael: The highlight of my floorball CCA experience thus far is the ‘A’ divisions which were played over a few weeks. After hours of training, we played well dynamically as a team – fighting our way into top 6 in the division. This was my first ‘A’ div experience and stepping and winning on court was a truly special feeling.


CCA trainings are from 5.15pm to 7.30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with a morning run at 7.15am every Friday. In the ‘A’ divs, we achieved top 6 out of a competitive field of 15 JCs.


Interested to know more about them? Head on down to their practices to find out more about them!

  1. What is an average CCA session like?

We start off with warm up, then we proceed to start with simple drills as a little bit more of a warm up. We then move to more complex drill to practice our technique. We then usually practice our game plan and match strategies, or we play a game.


  1. What made you decide to join your current CCA?
    Brian: I love the sport itself, where it is of such a highly competitive and thrilling nature, as well as the satisfaction of playing

    3. What is one essential quality as person must possess to join this CCA?
    Brian: we look of course for skill, but also the attitude to want to improve and one that is humble. Not one that doesn’t take cca seriously or talks bad about others


  1. What do you think was the highlight for your CCA last year?

Brian: It was definitely the A divisions that left a deep impression.

  1. CCA information (Timing, achievements, etc)
    Tuesday and Thursday – 5-7pm