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"Matchpix" - April 2017

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  • AFC Cup - Tampines Rovers 1-2 Hanoi FC 040417
"Farra" found himself sandwiched in this aerial duel
Tampines Rovers's continental campaign is all but over at that point of time after this defeat at home to Hanoi FC, a team they beat on the same ground six years in the same tournament.

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  • AFC Cup - Home United 4-1 Yadanarbon FC 180417
The expression said it all
Home United beat the Myanmarese champions Yadanarbon FC to make it to the AFC Cup Asean zonal semi-final. It was a fiery contest that saw the four players sent off from the match.

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  • S.League - Hougang Utd 1-0 Balestier Khalsa 270417
Referee W Ravisanthiran (middle) faced a decision
I didn't edit much of the photos except for some minor toning and sharpening. Hougang Stadium tend to be misty after every downpour and it proven the case.

The Cheetahs snapped their recent winless streak by beating Balestier Khalsa Football Club at home on the muddy, soggy surface that saw the match interrupted when the referee halted the match due to lightnings in the 72nd minute before resumed the match approximately half an hour later.

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  • NSL 2017 - Mission Mannas 57-37 Tiger Sharks 290417
Action shot from elevated angle
My very first attempt to shoot some netball action and saw Mission Mannas overpowered Tiger Sharks in the Grand Final to clinch the match and crowned as the champions.

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