This year, Sheffield Malaysian Students Association (SMSA) again organised a sporting event known as Sheffield Games. According to Mr President, this is the second largest games after Nottingham Malaysian Games. We just smiled and nodded. Most of the students participate in the football and badminton. I don't know how to play football, also known as 'kaki bangku' in the Malay proverb. In my opinion, those who can play football well appeared to be 'kacak' and 'bergaya' especially when they are about to kick the ball.
Lots of Malaysian from all over UK came to Sheffield to experience this event. I went there to polish my skill in photography, meet my friends, 'main-main' and the most important thing was to try different kinds of foods sold at the food bazaar. The very last event was a football match between Massoc and Bradford.