Thursday, April 16, 2009

Thanks For The Memories

A few months back a group of people decided that they wanted to change something. They set their minds to it, and no matter how much they suffered for it, what kept them going is that one day that dream will come true. The dream that they bled for, they worked for, they cried for and they promised that they will do it no matter what.

If you're reading this guys I just wanna say something here. I've always wanted to say this to you before the game starts but heck, I'll leave that to someone who can really get you all fired up. But anyway,

I hope you guys will remember what we did throughout the few months of intensive training. The PTs that we got under the heat, the 11x400m sprints that made every one of us swear, groan and wished that we were at home sleeping. Remember the bridge PT that is enough to make every one of our knees weak and our thighs burn? What kept us from going? It's that spark of hope we have. The hope that we will be better than before, the hope that we can come back stronger, faster and more aggressive than before. The hope that we can one day say proudly to ourselves "We did our best and we made it". We. Made. It. That is the only thing we are going to say to ourselves when this is over.

The season has been tough for all of us. The unexpected loss against Bedok Town, how the pressure is on us to win every single game to make it into round 2, the grudge match against ACS Barker, how we proved everyone wrong by making it into the semi finals by beating JunYuan. We have pushed ourselves, strained our muscles, made our sacrifices. Now it's time to make sure that those sacrifices and the pain we endured was worth it. Did we endure hell during the PTs? Well, it's time to unleash that hell onto RI. Let's make them feel whatever we felt during all those times of Physical Training. They will feel exhaustion, the feeling of cracking and giving up will haunt them throughout the game, and unlike us, they, will not have the strength to continue.

Tomorrow, it's the end of our season. Tomorrow, will be the day the curtains fall on the B'Divs 2009. Let the cheers and the applause ring for us, and us only. Can you guys hear it? The sound of victory? The taste of it? It's so close to us. It's time to get the game on.

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