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I reiterated that - "It's not easy after all....."

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So what did I tell you? It's not easy to be a sports photographer!

Factors like ground survey before the game, the lighting of the venue, etc.

And the likeliness of having players crashed onto you! Like the depicted collage which compiled the frame-by-frame shot of Balestier's Korean import Oh In Kyun being overpowered by DPMM's Sairol Sahari and Safari Wahit.

The next thing I know was yours truly, who positioned himself behind the advertising billboard, was knocked by Oh when he lost his balance and crashed onto the board!

That's the job hazard as a photographer and luckily the camera escaped without any damage.

For the record, DPMM beat Balestier 3-1.


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