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"Matchpix" - September 2017

(P.S: If you access this site via "", please click the "Facebook" icon after you click "HERE" when you want to view the album as that will redirect you to the album, thank you) ACQ2019 - Singapore 1-1 Turkmenistan 050917 Hassan Sunny made sure the ball is safe in his possession Ideally a win would be a better option than a draw in this fixture, we should have nailed in the first place if we were clinical in our finishing and, of course, having stamina to sustain the full ninety minutes. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES S.League - Hougang Utd 2-1 Garena Young Lions 150917 Eyes on the ball ... Hougang United's win over Garena Young Lions did little to alter the league table but Coach Vincent Subramaniam remains positive and pleased with the efforts shown by the national de-facto squad. PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SEE THE REST OF THE MATCH PICTURES 11th Merlion Cup 230917 Adelaide 36ers' S

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Best view in the house at Taichung Intercontinental Baseball Stadium Being an avid baseball fan too, I headed to Taiwan, a popular tourist destination for many Singaporeans, to catch my favourite baseball team - Chinatrust Brothers (CT Bros, 中信兄弟) in action for the past six years. It was something I never expected in my recent trip when I was offered an opportunity to join my Taiwanese friends in a hospitality event hosted by CT Bros at one of their home games in Taichung weeks ago. EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE FANS... From what I gathered, the hospitality event is exclusively for fans (and their guests) who are members of the team's official fan club. Besides quality buffets being served to those who were present at the event, the organizers also arranged interactive sessions for the fans with one player from the roster and two members from the team's official cheerleading group before the game. CT Bros' infielder Hsu Chi-hung (with mic) addressed the fans Two mem

Tired Lions Shared The Spoils With The Turkmens

Hassan Sunny looked helpless as he saw the ball rolled in the goal It should be a game Singapore could have wrapped it up convincingly, if only they had been consistent till the final whistle that eventually had them shared the spoils with Turkmenistan in AFC Asian Cup Group E qualification match played last evening at the Jalan Besar Stadium. Buoyed by the new lease of life following the recent draw against Hong Kong on the same surface that saw a much adventurous Singapore side departed themselves from the usual pragmatic defensive game, the fans were hopeful to see a repeat of the same display that could place the Lions' fast fading continental dream back to the pedestal. The crowd of 3,127 were not disappointed when the home team took onto the field by initiated a few attacking moves to unsettle their guests from Central Asia at the early part of the game. Khairul Amri (19) lasted only 36 minutes of action But such an adventurous performance failed to yield any di