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Entries for March 2010

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The Fairprice Foundation Netball Super League (NSL), Singapore’s elite premier netball league, will begin play on Saturday, March 13 at the Jurong East Sports and Cultural Centre (SCC). This league will see the national squad and age group players and the best club and school players, don the jerseys of their respective teams in the seven-week competition.
 
This year, the Fairprice Foundation NSL will see a new format with seven teams competing for honours. Three of the top clubs in Singapore- the Nike Marlins, the Sneakers Stingrays and the Bedok Kings Viper will make up three of the competing teams.

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Student athletes in selected sports can now get a chance at officiating in the sports they have always enjoyed playing. For the second year running, the Co-Curricular Activities Branch (CCAB) and Singapore Sports Council (SSC) will be jointly organising the Junior Technical Officiating Programme during the March school holidays for basketball, football, hockey, netball, rugby, squash, and table tennis players.

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There was certainly no shortage of entertainment on Thursday night at the Queenstown Stadium. French outfit and Great Eastern-YEO’S S-League debutants Etoile stayed true to their words and delighted the 3,200 fans present with a five-minute pre-match fireworks display that whetted the crowd’s appetite for the football ahead. Not to be outdone, Etoile’s opponents Woodlands Wellington also brought along fans and cheerleaders who were arguably noisier than Etoile’s.

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The Singapore Biathlon, the largest and most competitive biathlon in Southeast Asia, returns for its 10th edition this Saturday, 13 March at the East Coast Park.
First organized in 2001 to introduce endurance challenges to Singaporeans, the biathlon has since attracted a large following. This year’s event will see a new record of 2,310 biathlon enthusiasts take on a 1.5km swim in the open waters followed by a 10km run.

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Swimmer Quah Ting Wen (pictured) has added another prize to her glittering collection: the 2009 Straits Times Athlete of the Year award. In the process, the multiple gold medallist at the SEA Games and Asian Youth Games last year edged out four worthy contenders.

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SAFFC’s hopes of gaining a first ever victory in the Asian Champions League will have to wait a little longer, after they lost 2-0 to Korea’s, Samsung Suwon Bluewings on Wednesday.
 
Goals in each half by Brazilian duo Juninho and Jose Mota put paid to the Warriors hopes, and the Warriors played the most of the second half with ten men, after Croatian defender Ivan Lovric was given his marching orders for two bookable offences.

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The best female athlete at the recently concluded 25th SEA Games in Laos was unveiled yesterday as the 2009 Straits Times Athlete of the Year. 17-year-old swimmer Quah Ting Wen beat national paddler Feng Tianwei, sailor Darren Choy, shooter Jasmine Ser, and veteran footballer Aleksandar Duric to the coveted award.
 
 

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With all teams in Group G of the AFC Champions League drawing their first matches without any goals scored, it is anyone’s game from now. And with a spate of injuries seemingly plaguing the Warriors’ camp, coach Richard Bok is more than relieved to find out that unlike last year’s campaign, players who were booked in the qualifiers will all start on a clean slate this year in the group stages.

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This time, it is 20-year-old bowler Jazreel Tan who proves that one can do well in both sports and academia. The sports management undergraduate at the Wichita State University in Kansas is the frontrunner for the Rookie of the Year award, a top American honour recognising sporting excellence; and she made her debut in United States collegiate bowling only six months ago.

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15-year-old Raffles Girls’ School student Aldrea Leong knew it would be a daunting task to go up against Olympic silver medallist Feng Tianwei, but she could take heart for earning herself the “crowd favourite” tag. Going up against the more experienced national paddler, she received all cheers from the small crowd who were gathered at the Singapore Table Tennis Association (STTA) yesterday for the National Table Tennis Grand Finale.

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