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"Matchpix" - May/June 2013 - Sorry for the delay...

(P.S: If you access this site via "come . to/ matchpix ", 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) I would like to apologize for not able to load up the May compilation and decided to merge together with those taken in June, sorry for any inconvenience caused . Starhub League Cup Playoff Final - SRC 1-3 Admiralty 12/5/2013 Not much was expected from the Wolves decked in black outfit when they conceded a goal in the 20th minute that witnessed Shaiful Fauzi placed the Padang side on the pole position in the Playoff Final that saw the two finalists emerged after shrugging off their opponents last week on the same ground. Nonetheless, it was a composed and confident show put by Admiralty towards the end of the game that saw the scrappy play forward that derailed any effort by SRC and led to the exit door, although Mahmod Hashim's expulsion in the

S.League returns with Protectors and Jaguars shared the spoils at Bishan

Ismael Benahmed saved Jaguars Ismael Benahmed's 84th minute equalizer resulted the 1-1 draw between his Tanjong Pagar United and Home United at the Bishan Stadium that ultimately saw the positioning of both teams on the table remained status-quo after a month break. The S . League season resumes its fixtures following an adjournment for the mid-season League Cup tournament and saw the third-placed Jaguars travelled away to take on the fourth-placed Protectors last evening. The match also saw former Singapore international John Wilkinson turning out for the Queenstown outfit in his first return to Bishan after his much-publicized exit from Home United middle of the last campaign. Herisson denied Lee Kwan Woo's (center) effort The hosting side were having much of the possession in the first period of play by pinning the Jaguars in their own half, but couldn't break down the resilient defence led by skipper Walid Lounis with the assistance from Zahid Ahmad,


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Fixtures and Ticketing Details of the 2013 RHB Singapore Cup and 2013 Starhub League Cup [UPDATED]

(This entry is formulated based on the media release by the Football Association of Singapore) Due to the ongoing haze looming over the island, the league authority released a statement this afternoon (20/6/13) pertaining the semi-final matches that were supposed to play during the last two days. "Due to the weather conditions caused by the haze and in consultation with StarHub, the title sponsors, both the StarHub League Cup 2013 semi-final matches which were scheduled for tonight, 20th June will be postponed. As a result of the postponement of tonight’s semi-final matches, the finals scheduled on Sunday, 23rd June will also need to be rescheduled. The semi-final and final matches will now be rescheduled to the period between 2nd and 15th September 2013." (Abovementioned paragraph extracted from the FAS media release issued on the 20th of June) RHB Singapore Cup 2013 Quarter-Finals Fixtures TEAMS (HOME) TEAMS (AWAY) VENUE DATE TIME

[25th Canon Lion City Cup] Schoolboy Final marred by controversial decision in Corinthians' night

The moment when the Corinthians clinched the Cup Schoolboy football final and that was what you got from those boys of SC Corinthians and PSV Eindhoven in the last match of the 25th Canon Lion City Cup. After all, these kids are barely or under 16 years of age and little would one expect the skills of Neymar or Van Persie to be paraded by them (in a few years time, maybe) at this instance. Much was expected from the Corinthians for having romped into the final on a clean sheet. One of the many heroics by the PSV custodian However, just before the Brazilians would be able to showcase some of fluency in the match, they found themselves down to 10 men early in the first half (due to a foul on the PSV 'keeper Mike van de Meulenhof that resulted the sending off of Gustavo Franca). The sudden tweak resulted the Corinthians to defence deep and exploited opportunities during the breaks. Leo Jaba scored the first goal of the night Their efforts were paid off in early i