Splashing Good Time at our Dragonboat Carnival

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No Oar-dinary Carnival – Sembawang clubhouse hosted its last Dragonboat Funival in July, with a slew of themed activities for members.


The Dragonboat Funival at the Sembawang clubhouse saw 122 enthusiastic participants put their strength on display. The lively carnival had a number of food and beverage stations serving local delicacies and offering fringe activities. This year, a new component – Family Tug-of-War – was introduced. There were five teams, all made up of families. Team “J-Division” beat out “Unicorn & Chicken Rice” to emerge as champion. The “Super Duper” team took the second runner-up spot.

Participants also witnessed the intense Most Supportive Division Dragonboat Battle, with categories for both full-time National Servicemen and Police National Servicemen. After many competitive bouts, Singapore Police Force’s Protective Security Command or ProCom emerged winner in both categories.

NSmen category

Champion: SPF ProCom

1st Runner Up: SPF TransCom

2nd Runner Up: SPF J-Division

NSF category

Champion: SPF ProCom

1st Runner Up: SPF J-Division

2nd Runner Up: SCDF NSTI (Team 2)

Guest of honour LTC (NS) Sim Meng San, chairman of the Sembawang Executive Committee, awarded the medals to the proud winning teams.

Milton Pablo Zuanic, 21, from the National Service Training Institute, said: “This event really called for precise teamwork, unlike in some of the other categories. And because we are in the same unit but not the same platoon, it was interesting to observe how we would face this challenge together.”

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