VIOBA Welcome Note

      No Comments on VIOBA Welcome Note

Hello Everyone,

This is my first message to you as the new President of VIOBA since the AGM held on 20 May 2017. KC Kwek decided not to run for re-election as President, however the majority of the MC were re-elected unopposed to carry out the long then plans that were formulated earlier on. Thank you KC for two terms of hard work and efforts for the OBA and our fellow brothers in VI.

What are the plans of the MC?

Our immediate plans are as follows:

1. Continuity of policies of previous MC in supporting sporting events:

– Emphasis on rugby and football;
– Athletics like cross-country;
– Daniel Shield and Mokhtar Dahari

2. Continuity of the VIOBA series of dinners

2017 – Honouring the Corporate Victorian to be held on 12 August 2017 at TPC Golf & Country Club (formerly known as KLGCC) – Tickets are on sale now!!

2018 – Honouring the Victorian – Scholar, Sportsman & Gentleman
Assisting VI in celebrating its 125th Anniversary (this is a VI event)

3. Mentoring students of VI with the active cooperation of former students and school administration. This will be done in conjunction with VIOBA Foundation and the PIBG.

4. Strengthening the relationship with VI diaspora overseas many of whom are willing to give back to the school.

5. Any other activities that are suggested by members that will benefit the students and school as a whole.

I am contactable at kzaman.vioba@gmail.com for any feedback, suggestions etc. from anyone who is interested in the wellbeing of our Association, our younger brothers and the school.

Last but not least, on behalf of the MC, I would like to wish all our Muslim brothers “Selamat Berpuasa dan Menjalankan Ibadah di Bulan Ramadan”.

Sincerely,

Zaman

The VIOBA Golf Tournament 2013

      No Comments on The VIOBA Golf Tournament 2013

CALLING ALL VICTORIAN GOLFERS!  

The VIOBA Golf Tournament is a yearly event that pitches all Victorian Old Boys in a good old-fashioned golf tournament over 18 holes of golf in one of Malaysia’s most aesthetic looking golf courses, Danau Golf Club at Bangi. Not only does the Tournament promote healthy sportmanship among Old Boys, but it facilitates networking, brotherhood, re-acquantaince with the School and a chance to thrash it out, once again, at a golfing course. 

 

This year, the VIOBA Golf Tournament 2013 is no exception! Open to the public to spectate, the Tournament will include, not only the Old Boys, but also participants from PIBG VI, the School as well as VVIPs participants.

 

The Tournament is scheduled to take place on:-

 

TIME:              1.12.2013, Sunday

VENUE:          DANAU Golf Club, Bangi

TEE TIME:   8.00 a.m. Tee Time

FEE:                   RM 250.00 per player

 

The Registration Form may be found attached below together with the Tournament Annoucement from VIOBA. 

 

Note: In the Registration Form, if you pre-selected foursome, please list down your team members. If not, we will be glad to pair you up with a great team.

 

For more information: please contact the Tournament Committee:-

 

  1. Nik Sidek: 012-2901969 or jaffarmohdsidek16@gmail.com
  2. Muthu Kannu: 012-2673100 or mveerapen@hotmail.com
  3. Mohd Talha: 019-6409877

 

Objectives

 

Notwithstanding the above, the Tournament is also designed to close the gap between VIOBA, the School, the Old Boys, and those who have helped and assisted VIOBA and the School and continue to do so. The Tournament also has a fund raising objective for the School.

 

The other objective of the Tournament is to select Golfers to represent VIOBA in the Quadrangular Golf Championship and in the Perdana Shield

 

Details of the Quadrangular Golf Championship are as follows:-

 

Date:     8.12.2013 (Sunday)

Venue: Impiana Golf & Country Club, Kajang

 

Details of the Perdana Shield are as follows:-

 

Date:     Tentatively 2nd weekend of January 2014

Venue: TBA

 

Sponsorship

 

The VIOBA Management Committee together with the Tournament Committee would be obliged if you could support / sponsor the Tournament in the following ways:-

 

  1. VIP Flight Sponsorship (play with the KL Mayor & Other VVIPs) @ RM 2500.00;
  2. Flight Sponsor / Individual Golfer @ RM1500.00 / RM 300.00;
  3. Cash Donations (any amount)

 

We would be further obliged if anyone is interested in providing golfer goodie bags or any individual item(s) to be included into the same. To give you an idea, we have had tees, pens, shirts, face towels in the past. 

 

For more information: please contact Zainal @ vioba.secretary@gmail.com by Monday, 18.11.2013. 

 

For further information, please refer to the Tournament Announcement attached below. 

 

See you at the Tournament. 

 

Follow us on Twitter at @VIOBAMC or at Facebook at "Victoria Institution Old Boys Association" for the latest updates on the Tournament

 

Annual Games Victoria Institution vs Malay College Kuala Kangsar

VI Greens, October 12, 2013

 
The event started with the arrival of the Guest of Honour, Tuan Rosli representing Yayasan Selangor which sponsors students at both VI and MCKK. All stood at attention as we sang Negara Ku, followed by the MCKK and VI school songs respectively.
 

 
The first game was between the under 13s and as the boys trooped in, the Victorians started singing their battle hymns to cheer their team on. VI played aggressively and was soon reaping rewards with a successful try and conversion. VI leads 7-0 going into half time. The second half saw the MCKK boys using the flanks to spread the VI defence and they were successful in getting 2 tries but the extra points were not converted, MCKK leads 10-7. The match then see-sawed with MCKK leading well into the final minutes when VI launched a counter attack that brought everyone to their feet, they were inches away from stealing victory but errors in ball handling caused them the match. Final whistle blows, first blood drawn to MCKK!
 
The second game was between the under 16s. MCKK started with their Maori “haka” with the Victorians eyeballing them….closely. Tension was certainly in the air. The first attempt at getting some points on the board went to VI, when a penalty was awarded 10 metres from the half line. VI attempted a penalty conversion but failed. The games continued now with MCKK probing the flanks and successfully scoring the first try. The subsequent kick was good, 7-0 to MCKK. The inability of Victorians to handle the ball well and with the speed of the MCKK wingers leads to another try, no successful conversion this time. VI goes to halftime 12 points behind.
 
The second half started under rainy conditions, MCKK had the strategy of exposing VI on the flanks and capitalised on their superior handling of the slick ball. They scored 3 more tries with a conversion and led the game 29-0. VI now had to battle for pride and had possession 25 metres in the MCKK half. A penalty is awarded moments before the horn blew and VI kicked for points, finally 3 points on the board for the battling and bruised Victorians. MCKK were deserved winners, playing to their strengths and utilising the speedy wingers to score tries.
 
It is remarkable that VI and MCKK were evenly matched for the under 13’s but the MCKK under 16’s were a stronger team, with good tactics and better coordinated attacks. Perhaps in the final analysis, the boys from the north, having stayed, played and studied together displayed cohesiveness that gave them the edge. VI players were not bad, just outplayed. It is time for VI to rethink its strategy on rugby development for their teams.

Rugby Show-down 2013 : VI vs MCKK

      No Comments on Rugby Show-down 2013 : VI vs MCKK

Please take note that there will be an Annual Rugby Show-down between VI and MCKK. It happens every year and a highlight to Present Boys’ Calendar. This year it will be on:

  •  Date: Saturday (12 October 2013) -> This Saturday
  • Time: 09:00 a.m.
  • Venue: VI Greens

The MCKK Old Boys will be there in droves to support MCKK. Lets give our Present Boys a BOOST by cheering them on. 

 

See you there. Its open to public.

Daniel Shield Games 2013

      No Comments on Daniel Shield Games 2013

 Final Scores:

  • Water Polo: Old Boys 13 – 5 Present 
  • Basketball: Old Boys 54 – 35 Present Boys 
  • Rugby: Old Boys 43 – 19 Present Boys
  • Football: Old Boys 3 – 5 Present 
  • Chess: Old Boys 4 – 0 Present Boys

VIOBA thanks Dato’ Tan Chin Nam for representing the old boys’ team in chess where he scored a victory for us. He also very graciously donated 6 sets of chess and timer sets to the VI Chess Club. I must also record my appreciation to the Headmaster, Tuan Pengetua Maslan Buniran for his support and for briefing the VIOBA on his plans for the school in the years ahead. VIOBA will support him wherever possible. Thank you also to Tan Sri M. Jegathesan, Dato Zainal Abidin Ali, Dato Yusli and other Victorians for attending the prize presentation.

Last but not least, many thanks to the organising committees on the VIOBA and the School. It would not have happen without you. I am much obliged.

 

VIOBA HOCKEY SEASON 2013

      No Comments on VIOBA HOCKEY SEASON 2013

For those interested, please note that VIOBA Hockey sessions will commence on Wednesday, 15th May 2013, at 8.00pm, at Pantai Stadium, Kuala Lumpur.
 
We welcome new players to join us for social hockey / training sessions, in preparation for the KLHA League 2013.
 
For further information, please contact Christopher at Christopher.Lim@my.ey.com

CORRECTION OF DINNER 2012 PROGRAMME BOOK CONTENT

We would like to correct an error on the article “Dato’ Yusli’s Story” on page 20 of the Programme Book.

In para 2 of the article, it reads “The ex-CEO of Bursa Malaysia and present non-executive Chairman of YTL Power has been a pillar of strength for the Association”. We wish to correct that Dato’ Yusli Yusoff is presently non-executive Director of YTL Power and not non-executive Chairman. He is non-executive Chairman of Mudajaya Group Bhd and also non-executive Director of Mulpha International Bhd.

We apologise and regret that such an error was made.

Mokhtar Dahari Challenge 2012 Brief Report

      No Comments on Mokhtar Dahari Challenge 2012 Brief Report

28 teams participated, in three categories of OPEN, MASTERS and SENIOR MASTERS.

The results
Open: Champion 2006, Runners Up 2002, 3rd Place 2004
Masters: Champion 1996, Runners Up 1991, 3rd Place 1997
Senior Masters: Champion 1982, Runners Up 1988, 3rd Place 1986

In total, we estimated more than 400 Old boys turned up at the VI, and the atmosphere was superb. Thank you to those who turned up and showed support, as it is very important for you guys to know what happens amongst the Old Boys on the ground.

View:thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp

Corporate Tables / Packages

      No Comments on Corporate Tables / Packages

Platinium Package                                                                                                 RM15,ooo.00

(incl. table, full page premium advertisement, limited edition souvenirs)

Gold Package                                                                                                            RM10,000.00

(incl. table, full page advertisement, limited edition souvenirs)

Silver Package                                                                                                          RM7,000.00

(incl. table, full page advertisement)

MOKHTAR DAHARI CHALLENGE 2012

      No Comments on MOKHTAR DAHARI CHALLENGE 2012

Date : Saturday, 10th March 2012

Time : from 7.30am to 7.00pm

Venue : VI Greens

 

Categories

Veterans (Batch 1989 and prior) (max of 12 Teams)

Masters (Batch 1990 to1999) (max of 12 Teams)

Open (Batch 2000 and after) (max of 10 Teams)

 

Entrance Fee : RM500.00 per team

Closing Date : 3rd March 2012

Team Managers’ Meeting : 8.00pm, 7th March 2012 @ Clubhouse

 

Up to 10 players to be registered per team. Each batch can register a maximum of 2 teams. Please email khairishah@gmail.com and registration is on a first come first serve basis. All payments must be made by 7th March 2012, failing which registration will be void and slot allocated to other teams on any waiting list.  The organising committee has decided to make compulsory that all teams be in proper jerseys, with numbers allocated to each team player.