The season comes to a close and team captain, Amos Siow, hangs up his boots after 4 long years. It is the end of an illustrious career - of not just achievements, but establishment, and much of what SMU Rugby is today owes it to what he did for the club. Of course, very few know what he has done so just for your viewing pleasure and as a tribute to our captain, we have compiled a list of what he has done (at least according to what we know).
- Amos runs the blog which now has 58,000 visits.
- Amos kick-started the Tri-Universities (now known as the 4-Unis) and won it for 2 consecutive years.
- He pushed for the first ever IRAUG tournament - with SMU coming in a credible 5th. He also scored against Curtin University, securing SMU's first overseas win in Perth.
- He helped push SMU Rugby into Sports Excellence
- Took part in the Blacks Midnight 10s in 2007 and emerged as Bowl Champions
- Was part of the team that romped NTU 49-0 in the NUS 7s finals