Intramurals is a fun, recreational, social and competitive on-campus sports activity. It is also a great way to meet new people, reconnect with friends, and continue playing the sports you have grown to love and to develop.
Intramural activities emphasize group spirit and the enjoyment of sports in a less competitive context. Through sports participation this seeks to promote wellness, to encourage the wise use of leisure time, to improve self-esteem, to stimulate other interests, and to provide students the opportunity to achieve individual and team goals. While developing a sense of sportsmanship and fair play, they acquire knowledge and skills required for the future.
On July 18, 2011 the Tarlac College of Agriculture held the opening ceremonies of their Intramurals at the field. I remember seeing everyone perked up, muses wearing the best sports attire, the students in class shirts of the different Institutes, people with joy on their faces and others carrying and wearing their props for the modern dance competition.
The ceremony began with the parade of athletes. The adrenaline rushed in as soon as the emcees announced all the teams of the different Institutes. After the parade, another highlight of the ceremony that made everyone rise from their seats is the search for Ms. Intramurals 2011. All the candidates coveted the title and luckily, Miss Riza Aquino of the Institute of Education won Second Runner-Up.
Every year, one of the most eagerly anticipated activities during the intramurals is the Modern Dance competition. This activity gives everyone in the college the chance to showcase their talents and prowess in dancing. There were five teams that vied for the championship title. The competition started with all the teams fired up to show the judges and the audience what they’ve got. After those powerful and great moves, the judges arrived at their decision. The decisive moment had come. The Educ All-Star of the Institute of...