PU students win big at the NUMed Games
Contributed by Alicia Ong Su May (PU-RCSI).
On the 16th of February 2019, 25 students from Perdana University participated in the 6th NUMed Games held in Educity Sports Complex, Johor Bahru, Johor. NUMed Games is an annual sports event organised by Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia (NUMed) whereby universities across Malaysia compete in different sports events. Out of the 25 students, 22 were from Perdana University-Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (PU-RCSI) while 3 were from Foundation in Science (FiS). The students took part in various games, such as badminton, tennis, table tennis, futsal, athletics and tug-of-war. Perdana University students managed to bring back a total of 7 medals (1 gold, 2 silvers and 4 bronze).
The full results:
1 Gold: 200m Sprint (won by Alicia)
2 Silver: Tennis (won by Raveen) & Table Tennis (won by Boon Tsann and Manesh)
4 Bronze: 4x100m Relay (won by Alicia, Adeline, Sakthi and Kyshanty), Badminton Women’s Single (won by Aruvvi), Badminton Mixed Double (won by Aruvvi and Nirosh), Tug-of-War (won by Ameer, Adeline, Vimalan, Pavitra, Swarnah, Imran, Enli, Aishwaryaa, Nicholas, Shakti and Afiq)
Acknowledgement: PU futsal team (represented by Vimalan, Christian, Ameer, Fauzan, Harresh, Thillak and Dharshan)
Congratulations to the PU Contingent for the amazing achievement in NUMed Games!