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Team Duckside dominates World Cup Asia!

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

WCA, 2013. What more can we say about this awesome meet up? A good time was had by all. It is especially important for us to remember this year with a different attitude; it is a triumphant year for team Duckside.

Last year was great but this year, we were absolutely overwhelmed with our success and achievements. We were given 3 top prizes in a row, the Overall Champion 2013, WCA Champion 2013 and the Best Performance Team. Looking back the time when we were amateur in paintball, training and learning from the bigger boys to who we are now. Rome was not build in one day and yes, our commitment and sacrifices paid off eventually.

Three days battle and in the end, we screamed, we cried, and we hugged with joy and gratification after we won our final game against team Virgin from Thailand. There were no amounts of words to describe how happy we were at that moment.  The adrenaline pumping excitement and the cheers from crowds will always be remembered and cherished deep in our hearts.

Our excitement and joy were heightened even more at the prize giving ceremony. Hearing Team Duckside being called to the stage and the crowds cheering and clapping their hands, we walked up the stage with honour and tried every moment not to trip on our steps. Holding on to all prizes we had, we were indeed feeling proud. Teammates took turns snapping photos and posting them on social network. Players greeted congratulations to each other and the feelings were indescribable.

Having said that, there are few individuals we would like to give thanks to. Without their support and guidance, Team Duckside would not be who we are now. 1st Thanks to our Main sponsor 89Arena paintball (the best indoor paintball field in Aisa) and DYE Paintball for their trust and support to us. The C13 series of gear has seriously given us a boost in and out of the field. DM13 has once again maintained accuracy and consistency throughout the tournament and gave us the advantage to dominate most of the games. Thanks KCHL paintball also for believing in us and to all the teams that came and help us, our precious Crews ,Marshalls.

In closing, we give thanks again to all sponsors and the organizer for this fun filling event. Surely WCA 2014 will be another great year for all.

A round up of our achievements in this WCA 2013:

Team Duckside Crowned as 2013

1.Naza World Cup Asia Paintball CHAMPION
Prelims:

Vs One Blood (MY) 2-0 Win
Vs Ignite paintball(MY)2-0 Win
Vs Sandakan Destroyer 2-1 Win
Vs Pandamonium (MY)2-1 Win
Vs Azodin ST (Taiwan) 2-1 Win

Top 16:
Vs Madev outlaws (Singapore)2-0 Win
Vs Octane 671(Guam) 2-0 Win
Vs Hooligans (MY) 2-0
Top 8:Knockout
Vs CMX Hamoon(MY) 2-0 Win
Semin Final:
Vs Octane 671 (Guam) 2-0 Win
Final:
Vs Virgin (Thailand) 2-0 Win

2.Naza World Cup Asia Paintball
OVERALL CHAMPION YEAR 2013

3.Naza World Cup Asia Paintball
BEST PERFORMANCE MALAYSIAN PAINTBALL TEAM

 

Duckside Win GOLD at MY-NPL 3rd Leg

Monday, July 29th, 2013

My-NPL 2013 – 3rd Leg

photos by: KINGANGIMAGES

What can we say other than it was an awesome weekend! We are so overjoyed, we did our job well securing Gold in this 3rd leg of MY-NPL 2013. With this win we are ranked 1st at the Overall title in MY-NPL 2013. Champion for the second time is something that we can never do without the support and help from side line assisting us as crew. We hold extreme gratitude to all of them.

We fought hard indeed and around of applause to all opponents for the great games played as it were truly a good fight.

Once again, we humbly dedicate this win to all that has been standing behind us and supporting us, especially 89 Arena and DYE PAINTBALL. Without your support, we wouldn’t have been able to get this far. We, Team DuckSide, stay humble as we can and hope we have not offended anyone in our game. Even if we do, please forgive us as we do not have any ill intention as we may be under pressure and over focus to achieve a win. In the game, we may be opponent, but out of the field, any paintballers are buddies with the same passion and yes, we surely do like the Dye CG paint :)

Until then… keep paintballing and play safe, barrel socks on for now … cheers !! ~ Team Duckside

Duckside Ranked 1st Overall in MPOC Series

Thursday, June 27th, 2013

by: Eric Tai

photos by: residentevilchef.com

MPOC # 4

A “WOW!” for Team Duckside. The Team emerged as champions at the Fourth Leg Of Malaysia Paintball Official Circuit (MPOC) 2013.  We are happy that our hard work and determination have paid off!

With this win, we succeeded in rank 1st in the overall line up.  However, without the side line support from our sponsors – DYE Precision and 89 Arena Paintball, and the amazing participating teams, we would not be where we are now.

With this humble thought, we would like to share our happiness and this champion trophy with all our beloved supporters out there. Despite the streaking heat and the heavy haze, they gave us unconditional help and guidance during the games.

Till we all meet again soon, Next game… Be Safe, Play Safe. Take care. CHEERS!

Check out Facebook.com/DyeAsia for more updates!

 

Team Duckside Grabs 2nd Place at PALS Thailand – Bangkok

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

PALS Thailand 2013… by Daniel Thong

“Our first PALS Thailand 2013, was an amazing experience, remembered it as fun, nerve-racking and an adrenaline pumping voyage. We appreciated each other’s efforts for making the trip a successful one.

Bangkok on the first day was like a bunch of walking zombies taking the earliest Air Asia flight out and it was our excitement that overrides our heavy-eyes and this magnified in greater altitude when the plane touched the soil of Thailand. We quickly hopped on a taxi and head on the Palazzo Hotel.

The next morning, all paint ballers were arranged with busses to the PALS battle ground and the journey was only 8 to 10mins, depending on the traffic. We were quite impressed with the fields set up as they were huge, spacious and well organized.

The pre-lims were a marathon race for us. We were all exhausted under the scorching sun but managed to ranked 7th place, pushing our way into the Top 12.

Moving from Top 12 securing 2 winnings and lost 1 during round robin enabled us to Top 8 battling against team Japan (Nippon United) winning score of 2-0 stepping nearer to our goal. In the semi-finals, we played against team Australia (Rogue Assassins) and it was a close fight with the last man standing, winning critical points of 1-0 entering the final.

The final was scheduled pretty much later on the same day and the weather was unpredictable. It was sunny and hot in the morning then cloudy in the afternoon and much later, pouring rain. Still, the game moved on and we had Team Iran (Griffin) battling for the champion. There’s only one word to describe the final, “WOW!”

The moment we had been waiting for finally came through. We took a deep breath counting the last 10 seconds with our eyes fixed on our next intended position; our fingers on the trigger, ready to shoot; our tired legs gripped firmly on ground, ready to pound and run; our body, soul and mind were fixated all at once in this few minutes against Team Iran. Suddenly, marshals’ shouted game on and there we were, shooting our opponents with all our might.

Unfortunately, favor for the champion was not on our side but to Team Iran instead. In the end we were the 1st runner up. Despite the lost for the champion title, we had a good quality game and gained priceless experience. We felt great that we had gone this far in this first PALS and felt joy knowing that we had great supporters who helped us through the finals.

The day ended with heavy rain in the arena as if the sky knew we needed a bath desperately. Last bus arrived just in time to fetch us back to the hotel as we had another event to attend that evening – The player’s night…..

Yup, celebration was on, at the SLIM in RCA, one of the best chill’ax places in Bangkok. It could not be more appropriate to celebrate PALS in SLIM, together with players all over the globe. We had fun enjoying ourselves with the live band and the F&B there.

Time was clicking away nearly entering Monday and we had MC on stage preparing for the price giving. Claps and cheers lasted almost 30mins for winning teams to the podium and we heard Team Duckside being called next… we sincerely thank to DYE Paintball for their high quality equipments, 89 Arena paintball and KCHL Paintball.

So for PALS Thailand 2013 the final result as such:

1st- Griffin (Iran)
2nd- Duckside (Malaysia)
3rd- Rogue Assasins (Australia)
4th- Blueblood (Thailand)”

Team Duckside Wins 1st Place at MY-NPL Event #1

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013

The Malaysia National Paintball League has officially begun, and DYE starts off on top with a 1st place victory by Team Duckside!

MY-NPL 2013 Event #1 at Paintball Academy (MAPAAC), Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Team DuckSide, headed by Team Captain Eric Tai #717, Team Manager Daniel Thong #11, Loo CheeChen #90, Danny Chiar #9, Yeong Sai Foong (Dunhill) #4, Derric Tan #72 and guest player Tim Ng and Andy Ong, started off this season with a big WIN at MY-NPL Event #1.

Team DuckSide started the event off with a good round of Prelims, made it into the Quarter Finals, and squeaked into the finals by beating Team Shooting Range 1-0.

FINALS: Team DuckSide meets previous MY-NPL 2012 1st Runner-up, Team Feva Division in the finals, but comes out victorious with a 3-0 win!

Official ResultS:

Division 2 – (14 teams)

1st Place Champion : DUCKSIDE (Selangor)

2nd Place : FEVA DIVISION (Selangor)

3rd Place : 2 AM (Selangor)

4th Place : UNKNOWN (Selangor)

 

Team DuckSide exclusively use Dye CG Paintballs in the MY-NPL.   Check them out on Facebook HERE

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