Wednesday, March 5, 2008
SMU Rugby Doesn't Get Pushed Around
This was the Pushball when it all began.
This was the Pushball by the time we were done with it.
On the 1st of March 2008, Sentosa's Siloso Beach experienced earthquakes estimated to hit a decimating 9.8 on the richter scale. SMURugby News was immediately on the scene, hitching a ride from the Riot Police who thought that Mas Selamat had finally decided to strike at Singapore's major tourism hotspot.
Fortunately, it was not Mas Selamat who was the culprit, but our very own homegrown terrorists. Sightings of the suspects remain sketchy at best, but our SMURugby News' very own talented photographer Lim Weiming caught the following shots of fleeing suspects:
Not much is known about them except that the first is an aspiring film director of Bollywood origin, and the other two are Australian refugees. Together they form the two notorious teams that destroyed the SMU Waikiki Pushball tournament held at Sentosa that day to emerge 1st and 3rd place respectively.
The group was recruited by the bloodthirsty President of an undisclosed Middle Eastern Nation who broke someone's knee that day. Further reports reveal that it is rumoured to be composed of members from a certain SMU Elite Sport that has recently brought home one of the university's gold medals. The devastating plan of attack was masterminded by a local drug dealer known only as "One Foot Jed" who is said to be related to footballing legend John Terry. The mastermind was injured in the foot by a sharp object in the sand and walks with a limp. Please keep your eyes open for him.
Jed sports his Symbolic "Get High Today" Crown
Rumour has it that this terrorist Pushball Team is here to stay....
We at SMURugby News are proud to once again bring you breaking news as it hits (literally).
Posted by ben teong at 12:16 AM