No cheers from our schoolmates?
By Ria Herce 22, Goalie of Lady Titans Futstal, as told to Dannah Cuizon
Corrected and reposted by INK with apologies to Kim Wolf Captain of the Lady Titans Futsal Team (kneeling, extreme right).
So often you hear TV commentators remarking, ‘Ay sayang, missed, no communication!’
The most important part of playing futsal to win, is information. Each one has to know what the other is doing and will do. But on the court, this is not easy with all the noise, the rapid movement of the ball, and the constantly changing positions of the team and the opponents. You have to be able to communicate through all this!
Hotel Administration for sure is my career objective. But I play futsal because it helps me stay focused. It contributes towards my working as a team member and builds up my communication skills.
I sometimes wonder if Enderun doesn’t really have much school spirit in terms of sport, but I guess the other students on the whole have their study and career priorities and are solidly focused on that. We on the team are used to that. But I think it would really motivate us if our schoolmates cheered us on. It’ll make us feel the support from our school, pushing us to reach our full potential to win the championships for Enderun.