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Introduction )

( Message from Sports & e-Sports Directors

Emblem Element ) ( AGA All Stars

Opening Ceremony )

( Corporate Partners

Message from Executive committees & Past Project Directors )

( How to get there


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ubbed the biggest sports

ASEAN Games Australia commenced in

In 2015, AGA worked closely and formed

event engaging the ASEAN

2011 with the intention of uniting overseas

partnerships with a variety of ASEAN based

community in Australia,

students studying in Melbourne through

student organisations -both clubs

ASEAN Games Australia

their passion and dedication of sports. At

and societies as well as student councils.

2015 aims to enhance the

the time, the first AGA tournament boasted

As a result, every one of the 10 ASEAN

relationships among communities currently

8 sports: Basketball, Netball, Volleyball,

nations has sent representatives to play

residing in Australia with ties to an ASEAN

Table Tennis, Tennis, Badminton, Futsal and

in 2015’s AGA and boasts a participant pool that is now dominated by Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. The Opening Ceremony, hosted on the morning of the 19th of September 2015, was also given a revamp and will now feature performances and displays from ASEAN community groups. The ASEAN Games Committee also

background by gathering athletes across all

Ultimate Frisbee and hosted around 600

consists of at least students from 8 ASEAN

states in Australia to exhibit their sporting

participants. Over the years, ASEAN Games

countries which is much more diversified

ability in one arena.

Australia went through its share of highs

compared to the past years.

and lows. The games is an annual multinational

ASEAN Games Australia 2015 will be

sports event, hosted by the Malaysian

This year, ASEAN Games Australia

held on the 19th of September to 27th of

Student Council of Australia, Victoria

underwent an image facelift. The emblem

September, with our opening ceremony

Chapter (MASCA Victoria) in collaboration

was rebranded and a new tournament

on the 19th and closing ceremony on the

with other ASEAN- based student peak

category, e-Sports was added, which

27th after the games. We are looking at

representative bodies. It focuses on

include DOTA2, League of Legends,

approximately 1500 participants (including

promoting the importance of leading

CounterStrike:Global Offensive and

volunteers and organizing committee). The

a balanced lifestyle among university

FIFA15. The Games would also be held

Games features a list of sports and e-sports,

students and seeks to instill teamwork as

over 2 weekends, the 19th and 20th as

including, Badminton, Basketball, Futsal,

well as the spirit of good sportsmanship

well as the 26th and 27th of September, to

Netball, Table Tennis, Tennis, Ultimate

among this rising generation of ASEAN

accommodate a larger participant pool as

Frisbee, Volleyball, DOTA 2, League of

and/or world leaders.

well as the new e-Sports category.

Legends, CounterStrike GO and FIFA15.

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Diamond Shaped Torch

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Used since historic times, the diamond rune symbolizes Clarity, Wisdom & the Creation of Life. Celebrating another birth of the ASEAN Games in Victoria, athletes will bring in more wisdom this year striving towards a common goal – clarity of the mind and soul in every game. The gold, yellow, orange and red colour tones depicts the burning flames of the spirit and passion in sportsmanship. Holding the flames together is a teal and blue coloured torch base representing calmness and trust.

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Expanded Wings

Since the birth of mankind, we have since looked to the skies and adored all things that take flight. From ancient mythology to modern space era, mankind have desired to sense the infinity of the cosmos. The expanded wings represents Ascension in our willingness to go further and higher in life, Liberation in achieving your aspirations and to give Protection in everything we do and love.

Laurel Wreath

Signifying Nobility, Loyalty and Victory, the laurel wreath is commonly used to honour those whom have humbly fought for the greater good of mankind. Illustrated with the Common Heath Flower which is the official floral emblem for the state of Victoria, this laurel wreath is placed around the ASEAN Games logo to seal the Immortality of each individual in making this annual sports competition a great success.

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THE LOGOTYPE

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he ASEAN Games Australia

the ASEAN community in Melbourne. There

Opening Ceremony will be

will also be cultural displays at the RMIT

held on September 19, 2015 at

Storey Hall Foyer to foster cultural integration

RMIT Storey Hall from 9:30am-

and raise awareness as regards traditions

11:00am.

and cultural practices in the Southeast Asian nations. Organizations from Indonesia,

This is a gathering for all ASEAN athletes,

Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar and Vietnam

sports enthusiasts, students, professionals, and

shall showcase food, cultural costumes,

many others to come together as an ASEAN

cultural games, music, dance, and the like.

Community. We would aslo have lucky draws which As we open the Games this year, our aim is

inlcudes an iPad Air 2, iPod Touch and FitBit

not only to promote sportsmanship amongst

Flex that we like to take this opportunity to

our athletes and network with the ASEAN

thank our Gold Sponsor, Aussizz Group for

community, but also to promote our ASEAN

their generous sponsorship in making this

identity as a regional bloc.

Lucky Draw session happen.

Included in the ceremony are cultural performances, games, music, and dance from

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Message A Message from

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MSports Director

i everyone! Since April 2015, the committee has been working hard to make the event a success, and although we faced so many challenges, I’m proud to announce that ASEAN Games Australia has over 1300 participants, and we have successfully launched our first e-Sports division. To Denyse, Yue Han, and Krystle, it has been a good 6 months closely working with all of you. Organizing an event in this scale has no doubt been really challenging. Challenges and problems came into our way day after day, and it pushed our limits in so many different ways. It can even get overwhelming for some of us from time to time, but in the end, we supported each other, we pushed it through, we

survived, and we pulled it off (trust me, it felt like a miracle that we survived, but somehow, we did). At the start of the project, I’ve never thought that we will be able to achieve so much, but here we are, doing our very best to make ASEAN Games Australia bigger than it has ever been. I’m glad that we are able to bring ASEAN Games Australia to new heights, and I hope that this event will continue to grow in the future. To all the committee members, I would like to thank you for spending countless hours to ensure the success of this event. Being part of the committee has definitely been a life changing for me, and looking at the scale of the event and all the records that we have broken, I feel that our efforts for the past 6 month have paid off. I’ve learnt a lot from this event, and I hope that

it was a good experience for you too. After months of hard work, ASEAN Games Australia is finally happening. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, especially PappaRich for supporting us and making this possible. A shout out to our volunteers, thanks for helping out in the games, and we hope you have a good time. Last but not least, to the participants, thanks for joining us, and we hope that you will have a great experience in our games. Let’s make this happen.

Su Wee LIM MSport Director Malaysian Students Council of Australia, Victoria. ( MASCA Victoria )

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Message

2011 Raymond

2013 Jin Xi )

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My vision for AGA is that it will become a well known, national sporting event, serving to gather and unite a strong ASEAN community in Australia, regardless of age, gender and race.

2012 Elaine )

Sports, bring people together. Alongside with the founding principles – People. Passion. Performance, we at ASEAN Games Australia believe in the significance in celebrating the differences and bridging the cultural gap amongst the ASEAN community. I would like to take this opportunity to thank and congratulate everyone involved in the ASEAN Games Australia, it is truly heartwarming to see people coming together to make this meaningful event happen. Happy 5 year old AGA!

A Message from

Past Project Director

If you told me back in 2013 that a future committee of ASEAN Games Australia would’ve outperformed our currently committee completely, I wouldn’t had believed it. Do slightly better? Perhaps. Bring it up two levels? Nah, not within the next 5 years. Having being involved with AGA since its inception in 2011 with a break in 2014, I’ll be happy to eat my own words. AGA was founded in 2011 with the aim of uniting the ASEAN community in Australia. This is extremely prevalent this year with not only record breaking participation levels, but also record breaking diversity and engagement from the varying ASEAN nations. This is definitely the way forward and I hope that it’ll be carried forward in the future. To the committee of AGA15, continue pushing on and make your mark in AGA history! To future AGAnians, keep pushing forward and outperform us! Lastly, to all the returning athletes, volunteers, partners and anyone involved, thank you for the continuous support in AGA! And to those whom would be joining AGA’15 for the first time, welcome to our family!

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ASEAN Games Australia is comprised of participants with amazing diversity, as well as volunteers that assist to maintain a professional and friendly sporting environment. This annual sporting event had become the platform on which people from our region who share the same drive to excel in sports are brought together. It’s always heartening to see all the faces full of excitement, eagerness, burning desire and spirit amongst the ASEAN community in pursuit of sporting excellence. Strategy, accuracy, precision and speed are some of the few things sports players need. There are heart-stopping moments and a fantastic display of sportsmanship – these are what make the ASEAN Games Australia a memorable one for many. ASEAN Games Australia 2014 concluded successfully last year after two action-packed and exhilarating three days with the tagline “Embrace Diversity, Celebrate Victory”. The Games is a blessed occasion where we achieve excellence in sports and celebrate our differences and similarities as we bridge the cultural gaps between the ASEAN communities in Australia. ASEAN Games Australia 2015 | 7


A Message from

Project Director

Message

Hello everyone!

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t is my privilege to introduce to you the 2015 ASEAN Games Australia (AGA). This year, the Games has undergone a pretty massive revamp and now it not only features 8 sports: Badminton, Basketball, Futsal, Netball, Ultimate Frisbee, Table Tennis, Tennis and Volleyball but we also have a whole new category, e-Sports, which comprises of: DOTA2, LoL, CS:GO as well as FIFA15.

: Denyse H’ ng Project Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

The schedule of the Games is also different, and is now held over two weekends as we seek to accommodate both categories. e-Sports is a very exciting addition for us and we believe that it will add much value to ASEAN Games Australia. The decision to include the e-Sports category was made due to the growing popularity of online gaming among the ASEAN community. Like Sports, e-Sports’ athletes are intensely passionate about their sport and thus makes for a great platform to forge new friendships and strengthen old bonds.

For 2015, our dream and our mission is to bring before you an AGA unlike any other, a Game that will not only exceed the scale of all previous Games but will also be one that will always be remembered for the quality of the tournaments, the fun-filled days and the invaluable friendships forged. We want you to walk away richer from the experience. As the driving motivation of the Games has always been about uniting the ASEAN community in Australia; we have partnered with the ASEAN student councils across Australia, most notably with Thai Students Association of Victoria (TSV), Cambodians of Victoria (COV), Malaysians Student Council of Australia (MASCA), Filippino Australian Students Council (FASTCO), Melbourne Overseas Vietnamese Student Association Inc (MOVSA), Perhimpunan Pelajar Indonesia Australia (PPIA) and Council of International Students Australia (CISA) in Victoria. We have also kept in touch with the ASEAN community via the assistance of our amazing press partners, Melv, Buset, Bulletin, etc as well as SBS Radio Vietnam and 3ZZZFM. On

that note, we would also like to thank our press partners as well as the community associations that have welcomed us with open arms and assisted in spreading the word about the Games. You have been invaluable -thank you for the all the opportunities you have extended to us. Both myself as well as the AGA committee would also like to thank our wonderful sponsors, particularly (Platinum and Gold sponsors also MOL, CoM and also AUS), for their incredible generosity and the assistance they provided throughout the planning and preparation stages of the Games. I would also like to personally thank the committee members for all they have put into this year’s Games. It was truly amazing to have been able to witness the unbelievable amount of dedication each and every one of you have to this project. Congratulations guys, this Games truly is the product of all your effort! Finally all of us here on the AGA committee would like to thank all our participants for their support of this year’s AGA. We are so grateful for the overwhelmingly positive response we have received from you! We hope that you have a truly wonderful Games and that you make the most of it! Have fun, all the best and GET YOUR GAME ON! ASEAN Games Australia 2015 | 8


Message

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; Krystle ONG CO - Project Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

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irst and foremost, I would like to welcome you to ASEAN Games Australia 2015. Thank you for your kind participation in our event and we are really appreciative of the support we have been receiving for the past couple of months. I’m pretty sure Denyse, Yue Han and Su Wee has been flooding their speeches with appreciation and gratitude towards your participation, our sponsors and all the student bodies affliated in ASEAN Games Australia so let me share my personal AGA story instead. Being a part of this prestigious sports tournament has been an eye opener for me. If you have been in Melbourne for some time, you would know that this is the fifth ASEAN Games Australia since our founding mates created this event in 2011. Organising an event that has been around for half a decade is challenging as we had to make the event more interesting than it was before to attract the public’s attention again. It wasn’t as easy as I thought being a part of the ExCo. From the planning stages like rebranding of AGA to the later stages like approaching the public to pariticpate, trust me, there were times when

I ask myself can I really pull this through? If you get to read until this part of my message, it means yes I’ve made it, We’ve made it, AGA 2015 have finally made it! I would like to take this opportunity to specailly thank Yue Han, Su Wee, Denyse, my AGA All Stars family, my family & friends, my dogs and...(hah jokes).

: Yue Han CHUNG CO - Project Director

It’s been one hell of a ride thus far but I’m glad that we’ve reached this stage of the event already. We at AGA dedicate ourselves to make the Games this year the best it could be, and I hope everyone would feel so too. At this point, we’ve broken numerous records and I hope it would set us up at a favourable position for years to come.

ASEAN Games Australia 2015

Keeping it short and sweet, I hope you have a good time during the tournament! Well, it’s not only about the winning but also the experiences you’ve gained, the friends you’ve met and also the memories you’ve created. So see you during the tournament days and Get Your Game On! p/s: can someone tell me I’m not dreaming? :p

A Message from

la! For the fourth time, welcome to ASEAN Games Australia 2015.

Co- Project Directors

None of these could have happened without working alongside with my awesome bunch of committee, and I am really proud to say there is no committee board out there quite like my bunch of people. Everyone is so dedicated in achieving on behalf of AGA and I really must say, everyone has exceeded my expectations (and it’s not because I have low expectations, trust me!). As part of this journey, there were some good times and bad times. We cracked our heads to problems come. We cheered like mad men when our participation soared (I swear, Su Wee shed tears of joy!). All these will definitely form a big part of my memories when I look back next time. All in all, I really thank everyone, be it the sponsors, participants, committees or volunteers, for making this happen. Enjoy the Games! ASEAN Games Australia 2015 | 9


Message A Message from

Chief Sports Director Trophies collect dust, but memories last forever. The games will give you a chance to excel, and if you’re playing in good company you don’t even mind if you win or lose because you had the enjoyment of company during the course of the game. Good luck everyone and have fun ! ) Derek C. Linggian Chief Sports Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

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Basketball Did you know?

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asketball was originally played with a soccer ball. The first balls made specifically for basketball were brown. Dribbling was not part of the original game except for the “bounce pass” to teammates. Passing the ball was the primary means of ball movement. Dribbling was eventually introduced but limited by the asymmetric shape of early balls. It only became a major part of the game around the 1950s, as manufacturing improved the ball shape. The original basketball basket was closed at the bottom; a ladder was needed to recover the ball. The first “hoops” were actually just peach baskets and the first backboards were made of wire.

When 26 - 27 sept ‘15 Time

10am - 5pm

Where Show Court @ MSAC CASH Prize ) Men’s

Category

S&

& Gold

& SILVER

300 AUD

200 AUD

I’ve played basketball for five years and it’s by far my most favourite sport to play. I love it because of the fast paced nature of the game. As you step on the court, there isn’t one moment that you are bored. Every second that clock ticks, you are on your feet giving it your all, no one is waiting, no one is left out as you move together as a unit as fast as you can to defend or attack.

Bronze Medal

) Vivienne Le Basketball Director S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

ASEAN Games Australia 2015

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Volleyball

Don’t think about what can happen in a month or a year. Instead, focus on the 24 hours in front of you and do what you can to get closer to where you want to be. That’s how we roll in volleyball!

Do you know that volleyball has their own lingo? Hold:

When the ball settles in the hands before the player releases it. Spike: An over-arm move where the offensive player “smashes” the ball over the net. Facial: A spike that hits the opponent straight in the face. (Ouch!) Block: Jumping at the net with arms out to stop the opposition from spiking the ball. Dig: A “passing” move where a player puts together both arms in order to bounce a hard-driven ball into the air. An offensive spike usually follows this move. Pepper: A practice drill where players hit a ball back and forth without a net. Kong: Named after King Kong’s style of swatting planes, this is simply a one-handed block.

& are you aware that you jump about 300 times in every match you play?

When 26 sept ‘15 10am - 5pm

Time

Where Table Tennis Hall @ MSAC

CASH Prize )

ASEAN Games Australia 2015

Team

) Sherel LIM Volleyball Director

Mixed

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& Gold

180 AUD

S 1 Medal of Achievement

silver Medal

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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What can your blades be made of?

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Table Tennis

he rules of tables tennis state that the blade must be made of at least 85% natural wood but the rules also allow for small amounts of other materials such as carbon fibre, glass fibre or compressed paper however these must be less than 7.5% of the total thickness or 0.35mm, whichever is the smaller.

When 27 sept ‘15 Time

CASH Prize ) Singles

Men’s

S&

& Gold

300 AUD

200 AUD

S&

Singles

Women’s

& SILVER

& Gold

200 AUD S&

Mixed

) Tam DO Table Tennis Director

Where Table Tennis Hall @ MSAC

Doubles

Table tennis is an amazing sport that is like running, boxing and playing chess all at once. It’s makes you think while you’re trying to deal with millisecond reaction times. No match is ever the same. Either you play well or you don’t. There are no excuses. If you screw up, it’s on you. It’s a very pure game in that respect. That’s why I love table tennis and it’s been a huge part of my life for nearly a decade.

9am - 5pm

200 AUD

Medal

& SILVER

Bronze

Medal

Medal

& Gold

Bronze

& SILVER

Bronze

Medal

Medal

ASEAN Games Australia 2015 S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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Tennis How weird can Tennis get?

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ewing a tennis ball into the back of a person’s pyjamas is a recommended remedy for snoring AND the strings of the tennis racket were made of cow and sheep guts in the past.

When 26 sept ‘15 | 27 sept ‘15 Time

9am - 5pm | 9am - 4pm

Where Tennis World @ Albert Park

CASH Prize ) S& Singles

Men’s

‘Psshhhht’, powerful music that fills my ears when the tab is snapped back. Followed by a whiff of rubbery plastic fumes upon cracking open a fresh can of vacuum packed balls. Pure bliss. Tennis anyone?

S& Gold

Men’s

Doubles

SILVER

50 AUD S&

S&

30 AUD

S& Gold

Medal

S& SILVER

80 AUD

Bronze

60 AUD

Bronze Medal

) Sean YIP Tennis Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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Tennis Women’s tennis?

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raditionally, women wore full length dresses while playing for the Wimbledon tournament. The fastest server in the women’s tennis was done by Venus Williams who recorded a serve of 205 km/h.

When 26 sept ‘15 | 27 sept ‘15 Time

9am - 5pm | 9am - 4pm

Where Tennis World @ Albert Park CASH Prize ) S& Gold

S& SILVER

40 AUD S&

Doubles

Women’s

Singles

Women’s

S&

25 AUD

S& Gold

Medal

S& SILVER

70 AUD

Bronze

Tennis is an addiction that once it has truly hooked a man will not let him go. I’ve learned that the ideal attitude to have on court is to be physically loose and mentally tight because what matters most is how well you play when you’re playing badly. We’ll hear a lot of applause in our lives, but none will mean more to us than that applause from our peers during matches. The best part for me though, is that tennis will always be a familiar part of me no matter how old I get. Have the best time at ASEAN GAMES!

50 AUD

Bronze Medal

) Mandy chok Assistant Tennis Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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When 26 sept ‘15 | 27 sept ‘15 Time

Badminton

9am - 5pm | 9am - 4pm

Where Badminton @ MSAC CASH Prize ) PROFESSIONAL GRADE

) Lilian Toh Badminton Director

Singles

Gold

40 AUD

Men’s

Doubles

& Gold

Singles

Women’s

Bronze Medal

& SILVER

90 AUD

65 AUD

& Gold

Bronze Medal

& SILVER

50 AUD

35 AUD

S&

Doubles

& SILVER

60 AUD

S&

Women’s

ASEAN Badminton is not just a sport. It brings people of various culture across ASEAN countries, together. We all fight, thrive, and pursue our passion; but in the end, we are one family.

&

S&

& Gold

Bronze Medal

& SILVER

75 AUD

50 AUD

S&

Mixed

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adminton’s Olympic debut was in 1992 in Barcelona. The International Badminton Federation (IBF) was founded in 1934. Badminton was known to USA in the 1890s but did not gain enough popularity. The Thomas Cup has been won by only three countriesMalaysia, Indonesia and China, since its inception in 1848.

Doubles

Feathers from the left wing of the goose make the best shuttlecocks. Wondering why not the right wing?

Men’s

S&

& Gold

Medal

& SILVER

90 AUD

Bronze

65 AUD

Bronze Medal

ASEAN Games Australia 2015 S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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When 26 sept ‘15 | 27 sept ‘15 Time

Badminton

9am - 5pm | 9am - 4pm

Where Badminton @ MSAC CASH Prize ) NOVICE GRADE Singles

Men’s

S&

& Gold

SILVER

35 AUD

25 AUD

Men’s

Doubles

S& Gold

60 AUD

Singles

Women’s

&

& Gold

35 AUD

Doubles

Medal

45 AUD

S&

Women’s

Bronze

SILVER

Gold

45 AUD

Bronze

Medal

Medal

& SILVER

Bronze

Medal

Medal

& SILVER

60 AUD

Medal

SILVER

& Gold

Bronze

&

&

S&

Mixed

) Trevor TIONG Badminton Assistant Director

&

S&

Doubles

I believe it will be a great experience not only for players that are participating in the competition but everyone that is involved in this prestigious event. You will get a full taste of the exact meaning of adrenaline from this event, go out and do your best, most of all, have fun!

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45 AUD

Bronze Medal

ASEAN Games Australia 2015 S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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Futsal is a game where you can amaze others with your slick skills, flicks and turns. It’s a game where one moment of individual brilliance can change the game. This is the nature of the sport which makes people love it so much.

Futsal

( Hardi Januar Winata Assitant Futsal Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

Who says Futsal is really that much better?

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IFA says Futsal is better. MYSA says Futsal is better. And the Brazilians are among the many nations that swear by it. Pele, Ronaldo and Ronaldinho all credit Futsal for much of their skill and technique development. All the major heads of FFA (Football Federation Australia) and FIFA declared that this is the way to go. Once you experience Futsal, you will see the reasons.

When 26 sept ‘15 | 27 sept ‘15 9am - 5pm | 9am - 4pm

Time

Where Albert Park Indoor Sports Centre CASH Prize ) Men’s

Category

S&

& Gold

& SILVER

400 AUD

250 AUD

Bronze Medal

Futsal is a game of considerable skill and passion. There is a reason why they call it the beautiful game. A game full of infinite possibilities where one flick or piece of skill can lead to a multitude of chain of events. Any tips you ask? Put the ball into the net and we will discuss the options later. ) Ronald CHONG Assitant Futsal Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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; Sherwynn Lim Netball Director

Netball

ASEAN Games Australia 2015

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f you think that netball is just for girls? Netball is not just a sport for many... it is a passion. For many women around the world it is empowering, a chance to be active and the opportunity to play a team sport. Worldwide, over 20 million people are playing netball. Many schools throughout the world have Netball as part of physical education curriculum teaching children important skills including ball work, communication and teamwork just to name a few.

When 27 sept ‘15 Time

9am - 4pm

Where Albert Park Indoor Sports Centre

)

MVP

$180

worth of Brooks Shoe Voucher

S&

Team

Women’s

CASH Prize ) & Gold

180 AUD

S 1 Medal of Achievement

If you’ve been within earshot of a netball court, you might have heard the phrase ‘Here if you need!’ – Netball is probably the only sport you’ll encounter that frequents the use of such a caring and considerate call for the ball. Nonetheless, do not underestimate this acclaimed “non-contact” sport. Head to the Netball Tournament at AGA2015 and you’ll know what I mean! See you on court ;)

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& SILVER

Bronze

Medal

Medal

“goal attack is a way of life”! See you on court!

: Haley CHOW Netball Assistant Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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Ultimate Frisbee

Ultimate Frisbee is love, ultimate frisbee is a way of life. It is embedded in my life ever since I picked up a frisbee disc 4 years ago and now, to see it being recognized as a future Olympic sport contender among other sports, that is truly joy to me. Long gone is the association of frisbee disc with happy, fluffy pet dogs, and long live the association of Ultimate with the prestige of being an Olympic sport! Huck away and let’s get some lay out instant replay done this ASEAN Games!

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ltimate Frisbee could be played at future Olympic Games after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognized ‘flying disc sports’ on 2nd August 2015. Only Wamo Frisbees should be used for playing catch with your dogs!

When 19 sept ‘15 9am - 6pm

Time

Where Albert Park Synthetic Fields CASH Prize ) S& Team

ASEAN Games Australia 2015

Mixed

) Sears Max Tvsr Ultimate Frisbee Director

& Gold

350 AUD

S 1 Medal of Achievement

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& SILVER

Bronze

Medal

Medal

& AGA Achievement Cert ificates

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Message A Message from

Managing e-Sports Director e-Sports isn’t a real sport. There just isn’t enough people in Australia who plays e-Sports. It’s going to be impossible.” Two years ago, these were the words that were used to describe the introduction of e-Sports. Fast-forward to today, I’m proud to say that the e-Sports component of AGA2015 is set to be amongst the largest non-BYOC LAN tournament in Australia with over 400 participants. This is directly attributed to the hard work of all our e-Sports directors as well as the 2015 committee as a whole. I’m also extremely thankful to our co-organizer, MOL Australia for supporting us. However, the biggest thanks goes to the fans and participants out there! Thank you for the overwhelming support in making this a reality and elevating the standard of E-Sports in Australia! The age of e-Sports is upon us. Practice hard, compete with your heart and gl gg hf no re!

: Jin Xi Cheong Managing e-Sports Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

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Dota is love, Dota is life. I have been playing dota for almost 9 years now, and it never gets boring!

Dota 2

( Michael CHENG Dota 2 Assistant Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

( Daniel Darnas Dota 2 Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

I have played Dota for six years now. I knew nothing about the game when I started in 2005. I stopped playing in college, but fell in love with Dota 2 again in 2012. However, this time I see that there’s more to it. I daresay that this game changed my life, and that’s how much I love Dota!

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his year’s world tournament for Dota 2, The International, collected a crowdfunded prize pool of $18,000,000. In perspective, NBA (basketball) Playoffs had a purse of $14 million, and $10 mil for both Wimbledon (tennis) Singles and The Masters (golf). The winner this year was Evil Geniuses from USA, winning $6mil from the pool. One of the players was a 16 year old!

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CS:GO

Fun facts? When was the first beta of “Counter-Strike” released? On June 19, 1999 “Counter-Strike” beta 1 was available for free download off the Planet Half-Life website. At this time, nobody could have known how popular the game would become.

What is the cheapest ‘Counter-Terrorist’ rifle? ( Nicholas CHAN cs : go Director

The M4A1 can be fitted with a silencer, turning it into a silenced, 30 round clip killer.

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Playing CS a lot myself, I really enjoy being able to play a game that has such an amazing community and is also so fast-paced. I would like however, to see more diversity in the pro scene as it seems to be European dominated at the moment, and I think LANs like this really allow for teams to not only see how they measure up against others but is also a good starting point for those who are thinking of getting serious. Think smart, play smart and call smart. May the best team DOMINATE.

Two! These are your pistol (Glock or USP) and your knife. Including all of your grenades you can carry a total of seven items.

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Who said this? “Gems? Gems are truly outrageous. They are truly, truly, truly outrageous.” Taric says this when you use the joke emote. It is from a television series called “Jem”. You can hear it by pressing “Ctrl+1” while in game.

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League of Legends is more than just a game - it’s about achieving a common goal with 4 other people from all walks of life. You learn a lot about yourself and how you handle difficult situations. Anything and everything is thrown at you while you’re playing and it is up to you to keep it all under control so you can win. Things get tough but when it’s all over, there’s a sense of satisfaction and achievement you’re left with - that is why I love playing League. : Sylvester Beaumont League of Legends Director ASEAN Games Australia 2015

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Thinking you can score easily in FIFA15? Maybe not.

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AGA All STARs

11. Sherel Lim ) Volleyball Director ] Sports 12. Derek Linggain ) Chief Sports Director 13. Lai Teng Wong ) Corporate Relations Officer

38. Jin Xi Cheong ) Managing e-Sports Director 25. Su Jean Kum ) Operations & Logistics Officer 26. Jeevanandini ) Operations & Logistics Officer

28. Rebecca Chen ) Publicity Officer ] Marketing

15. Farah Aiman Razif

1. Trevor Tiong ) Asst Badminton Director ] Sports

) Corporate Relations Officer

2. Lilian Toh ) Badminton Director ] Sports

16. Dania Arifin ) Teasurer

3. Haley Chow ) Asst. Netball ] Sports

17. Shi Bin Foo ) Corporate Relations Officer

4. Ronald Chong ) Futsal Director ] Sports

18. Jane Wong ) Corporate Relations Director

5. Sherwynn Lim ) Netball Director ] Sports

19. Siti Hayatie ) IT Director

6. Sears Maxwell Tvsr ) Ultimate Frisbee Director ] Sports

20. Chau Ly ) Human Resource Director

7. Sean Yip ) Tennis Director ] Sports

21. Aaron Ling ) First Aid Assistant Director

8. Vivienne Le ) Basketball Director ] Sports

22. Wen Xuan Peh ) Food & Bevrage Director

9. Tam Do ) Table Tennis Director ] Sports

) First Aid Director

10. Hardi Jaunuar Winata ) Asst. Futsal Director ] Sports

) Human Resource Asst. Director

23. Ken Liew

24. Izzie Deng

40. Emily Ong ) Assistant Marketing Director

27. Bryan Loh ) Videographer ] Marketing

14. Arnold Ong ) Corporate Relations Officer

39. Panunya Phatraphumpakdee ) Publicity Officer ] Marketing

29. Cao Thu Hien ) Media Liaison Officer ] Marketing 30. Katrina Sevilleija ) Events Coordinator ] Operations & Logistics 31. Trixie Yap ) Operations & Logistics Officer 32. Francesca Teh ) Operations & Logistics Director 33. Daniel Darnas ) DOTA2 Director ] e-Sports 34. Michael Cheng ) DOTA2 Asst. Director ] e-Sports

41. Kevin Chua ) Publicity-Design Officer ] Marketing 42. Glenda Simalong ) Publicity officer - Marketing 43. Mandy Chok ) Assistant Tennis Director ] Sports 44. Joe Kuncoro Ng ) Assistant F&B Director 45. Chuiyie Tan ) Marketing Director 46. Natalia Agus ) Publicity Officer ] Marketing 47. Amalina Youssof ) Videographer ] Marketing 48. Yue Han Chung ) CO-Projector Director

35. Sylvester Beaumont ) League of Legends Director ] e-Sports

49. Krystle Ong ) CO-Projector Director

36. Eric Win ) FIFA15 Director ] e-Sports

50. Su Wee Lim ) MSport Director

37. Nicholas Chan ) CS:GO Director ] e-Sports

51. Denyse H’ng ) Project Director

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