Old boys of KL schools reunite on football field


(From left) Top scorer with four goals, Chia Woon Kit from SJI Class of 86 and best goalkeeper Saifullizan Abdul Rahim from the Class of 88.

THE inaugural Kuala Lumpur Old Boys Cup football tournament held at Victoria Institution’s field in the city centre was a throwback to the good old days, and had those taking part in the tourney filled with school pride, friendly rivalry and nostalgia.

Seven teams featured in the round-robin format tournament jointly organised by the alumni of Maxwell School, Methodist Boys’ School (MBSSKL), Victoria Institution (VI), St John’s Institution (SJI), and Setapak High School (HSSKL).

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