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Entries for March 2010

26
Counter steers, over steers, Donuts and Choku-Dori will be just some of the technical terms on the lips of spectators as they witness the adrenaline-pumping action of the Formula Drift Singapore 2010 Powered by Nissan when it returns to the Republic on 24 and 25 April 2010 at the F1 Pit Building.

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25
 
One left last year and is already making her mark in the USA. Another is leaving this week and is expected to take her sport to another level. Yes, bowler Jazreel Tan (pictured) and swimmer Quah Ting Wen are among the most visible examples of local athletes heading to America to enjoy a balance of sports and studies.

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25
When asked about how he felt about participating in the CITISPA Power Run, 11-year-old wheelchair-bound Fabian Tay replied with a grin, “I’ve never taken part in a race before. I am so excited to run together with the other runners.”
 
His sentiment is shared by 99 other children with special needs from the Children’s Cancer Foundation (CCF), Special Olympics (Singapore), Muscular Dystrophy Association Singapore (MDAS) and the Down Syndrome Association (DSA), all of whom will be taking part in the inaugural CITISPA Power Run organized by CITISPA and Central Singapore Community Development Council (CDC) on 28 March 2010 with 1,200 other participants.They will also be receiving a special goodie bag, sponsored by Mizuno, which consists of a pair of running shoes, running singlet, shorts and shoe bag.

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25
Slovakian striker Peter Tomko’s goal two minutes into the second half was enough to give Geylang United a share of the points against Thai Port FC in an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup match on Wednesday, March 25 at the Supachalasai Stadium in Bangkok.
 
Coming into this match needing a win to keep their hopes of qualification alive, Geylang were left with a huge hole to climb when Thai Port struck two goals in the space of seven first half minutes.
 

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25
Starting from 5 April 2010, all of the Singapore Sports Council’s (SSC) 20 conventional swimming pools will be closed for a half-day once a week to enable for dedicated and comprehensive upkeep and maintenance works such as horticulture work, de-rusting and painting while minimising inconvenience to pool visitors.
 
The operating hours of the SSC conventional pools on their designated days of closure will be 2.30 pm to 9.30 pm. However, all the swimming pools will remain open on public holidays, even if they fall on the designated pool closure days.

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24
SAFFC can hold their heads high despite going down 4-2 to Japanese giants Gamba Osaka in an Asian Champions League (ACL) clash at the Jalan Besar Stadium on March 23.

Coach Richard Bok had promised before the game that the Warriors, who were missing five key players, would take the game to the Japanese and give their more illustrious opponents a run for their money.

And they did just that. Twice the Japanese took the lead, and twice the Warriors came storming back. However, just when the Warriors sensed an unexpected point, the class of the Japanese told in the end, and two goals in the last 20 minutes settled the tie once and for all.

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23
One can’t help feeling for SAFFC’s coach Richard Bok. On the eve of his side’s Asian Champions League (ACL) clash with 2008 ACL winners, Gamba Osaka on Tuesday, March 23 at the Jalan Besar Stadium, Bok will be without five senior players as the Warriors look to get their first win of the campaign on the board.
Croatian defender Ivan Lovric is suspended following his red card in the previous game against Samsung Suwon Bluewings, while Noh Rahman, Shaiful Esah, John Wilkinson and Federico Martinez remain sidelined through injury.
 

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23
Tampines Rovers and Etoile FC played out an entertaining 1-1 draw at Tampines Stadium on Monday, 23 March. The point a piece ensured both sides remained in the top two positions going into the next round of fixtures.
 
This was the second “big” test for the French side following their clash with Home United eight days ago, and their championship credentials were severely tested by a buoyant Tampines Rovers side. Both sides came into the clash unbeaten, and both were determined to maintain that record.

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23
 
 
A new chapter awaits Singapore’s “Queen of the Pool” Quah Ting Wen (pictured) as she leaves this week for the USA where she hopes to combine sports and studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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22
In a small but sure sign of a new age for sports here, top athletes are now singled out, with their names associated with specific companies. For example, emerging golf star Quincy Quek, one of our top amateurs before turning pro last year, has clinched a one-year sponsorship deal, courtesy of Audi Singapore. His immense potential is obvious. A former Putra Cup winner, he earned his first full Asian Tour card this year.
 

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