|This year's venue is at Clarke Quay|
Never mind the fact that the Brazilian side was up against a makeshift squad in a friendly match amid the intensity of the ongoing regional tournament that will see the winning side represent the Republic in the Grand Finals in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam in late September.
|ADC Florianopolis' players are in white top|
|The Tiger Cage Girls wowed the crowds with their routine|
And not surprisingly that when much of the intensified actions were taken place in the caged court, it was a common sight to see the ball hit against the fenced perimeter of the court (must be this safety precaution that venue provider agreed to let this event staged here).
|Playing in compact space - good training ground for basics|
|Dutch legend Edgar Davids (left) is the event ambassador (credit: APBS)|
"Touch N Go" emerges as the Singapore Champions
|"Touch N Go" with Davids (in cap) and the Tiger Cage Girls (credit:APBS)|
As finalists of today’s competition, both Touch N Go and La Plata Juniors will get the opportunity to compete against four invited international teams to win additional cash prizes in tomorrow’s (2/6) Tiger Street Football Regional Competition to be held at the same venue.
The four international teams hail from Argentina, Brazil, Malaysia and Thailand.
For more information on the tournament, please log on to www.TigerStreetFootball.com and http://www.facebook.com/TigerFootballSG
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