Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Scotland in Women's World Cup FInals

I’m celebrating because Scotland clinched their first-ever spot at a Women's World Cup finals with a dramatic 2-1 victory over Albania yesterday. The Scottish lassies have made history! 

Scotland thought they wouldn't get that chance but hooray! they did. 

The world's 21st best side have earned a place at next year's finals in France and they really are deserving.  Certainly, the women are not going there just to turn up!

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup (formerly the Women's World Championship), if you don’t know, is the quadrennial international Women's association football championship contested by the national teams of the member associations of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, the sport's global governing body.

I’m going to stay positive because you never know, they may just get the job done and emerge champions! Scotland and I support the team and we are more than hopeful. 

I really believe they can beat the odds when the time comes.

Yesterday, thanks to Club President, Suria Arul, I was back in Bangsar, KL. The RSPO office on Level 37 in Tower A, Menara UOA Bangsar, to be precise. 

There at the Bangsar Toastmasters meeting, I was a speaker as well as an evaluator. 

I delivered my CC#4 speech titled “On Tenterhooks” and I was evaluated by Andrew Chadbourne. 

And I evaluated a Pathways Level 3 speech Understanding Emotional Intelligence titled “Smile” presented by Lee Eng Liew. 

I’m happy I was voted Best Project Speaker and Best Speech Evaluator.

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