Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Bandar Botanic Layout Plan

Friday, 23 July 2010

BBRAeNEWS No.360 - Botanic Soccer Club!

Dear Residents,

It is with great pleasure that we announce the inaugural 9-A-Side football tournament that is happening right here in our own Bandar Botanic football field.

- anjuran Botanic Soccer Club

Happening this Sunday, 25th July 2010, from 9:00am to 5:00pm. There will be lots of action as 25 teams battle it out for the coveted event.

There will also be a special visit by students from an orphanage home as well as a lucky draw for charity.

Lucky draw tickets are selling fast and priced at RM10 a draw. So please make a date to join us this Sunday at the 9-A-Side Tournament!

9-A-Side Programme Itinerary:
9:00am   : Arrival of BBRA President
9:30am   : Officiating ceremony
9:35am   : Friendly match between BBRA vs Botanic Club
11:00am : Arrival of students from orphanage home
               - Start of 9-A-Side Tournament
5:45pm   : Final match
6:00pm   : Prize giving ceremony
6:15pm   : Lucky draw
6:30pm   : End

(subject to changes)


ganesh said...

who cleans up after the games?

Blog admin said...

The organiser of course. In this case it is the Botanic Soccer Club. I believe the contact details were made available in our previous posting.

ganesh said...

The reson i asked is because if you go by the padang today there are plastic mineral water bottlesthrown all over. also lots in the lake area fronting the padang

Blog admin said...

Dear Ganesh,

We could not agree more. What we could collect we picked up that very evening but unfortunately, some plastic bottles, plastic bags, etc ended up in the pond.

We have taken note of this including other short-comings of the event for a post-mortem session with the organiser.

Boon Huat said...

The MC of the event of the event was heard telling a number of times to the participants, to keep the place clean. Yet at the end of the day, there are lots of rubbish around the padang.

I learn that most Malaysian must throw rubbish everywhere except to the right place.
Didn't we learn from our teacher in primary school that we should not simply throw rubbish to keep the country clean. For me, the message is still hold strongly in my mind.

On the organiser part, temporary rubbish bins/plastics should be placed at various spots to ease our lazy footballers to throw their rubbish.


ganesh said...

just wanted to say that the padang has been cleaned up. it's not just the footballers. the basket ball court area is just as bad.
if we want to be proud of this place we call home then all of us must do our part.
a lot of us blame the outsiders who frequent the park and it's environs for the rubbish and damage but i wager that's not entirely true.
think about it.

Boon Huat said...

yes, agree. The basketball/badminton courts are just as bad even-though the rubbish bins are just few steps away.

yes, i used to be going to the padang with a picker and plastic bags to pick the rubbish. however, i am discouraged each time I went back to the place and found lots of wrappers, plastic bottles and etc rubbish. they are all young adults/matured adults, all races of Malaysian.

If majority of people here think like us, this will be small problem. But I do not think the majority is with us.

Have a nice day.