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Entries for May 2010

07
To mark the 99th day to the Youth Olympic Games, the Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee are having a celebration today that is opened to the public starting at 6.30pm at the *SCAPE opposite Orchard Cineleisure.
 
There will be dance, music and games at the celebrations by performers and Singapore Idol winners and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong who is the guest-of-honour will officially begin the countdown towards the Games.

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07
Singapore golfer Lam Chih Bing moved into second place at the Kariza Indonesia Championship with a sublime five-under-par 67 display on Thursday, 6 May at the Gading Raya Golf Club.
 

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07
Nearly 12,000 participants gathered at the starting point yesterday at Esplanade Bridge as they waited for Guest-of-Honour, Dr. Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister for Community Development, Youth & Sports, to flag off the event at 6pm.
 
The J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge saw their seventh year running in Singapore, this time with the route tapping into the historic F1 track.
 

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07
The Singapore national football team could begin preparations for December’s ASEAN Football Championship as early as July.
 
The Lions will be looking to make up for the disappointment of narrowly missing out on qualification for the 2011 Asian Cup in Qatar by clinching Southeast Asia’s showpiece event for a record fourth time.

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06
In terms of a derby between uniformed groups, nothing comes closer to it than this. Home United versus SAFFC, the Protectors against the Warriors, the Police against the Armed Forces.
 
Matches between these two sides have always been special. Traditional rivalry notwithstanding, matches between these two clubs have always been spectacular considering their perennial title credentials, although this season, they trail league leaders Tampines Rovers by some distance. With both teams level on 17 points each, the significance of this match cannot be overlooked if any side was to challenge for top honours.
 

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06
Once again, supersub Khairul Amri was the hero as he came off the bench to score the winning goal to help Tampines Rovers secure all three points to mantain their lead at the top of the table with a 3-2 win over Balestier Khalsa at Jalan Besar Stadium on Wednesday, 5 May. This was the fourth goal he has netted in five outings, all after coming off the bench.

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06
In line with the Singapore Sports Council’s initiative of a Sporting Singapore, SingaporeSports.sg spoke to the founders of Football OPOD, a football portal that provides anything and everything you need to know about the amateur football scene in Singapore.

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06
Tampines Rovers may be currently perched at the top of the S-League with a game in hand over their closest rivals. They may have the third sharpest offence in the League, and they may possess the strongest defence by some distance, conceding only five goals so far. But these flattering statistics mean nothing to coach Vorawan Chitavanich.

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05
Running enthusiasts, who are already looking forward to the inaugural Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2010, will be pleased to know that world’s leading running brand, ASICS today signed up as the official apparel sponsor for the inaugural Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore (SCMS). Under the three-year sponsorship agreement, from 2010 to 2012, ASICS will be equipping SCMS’ participants, officials and volunteers with sporting apparel fit for Singapore’s humid weather. The total value-in-kind sponsorship is valued at about S$11 million over three years.

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05
On Tuesday, 4 May, a delegation from the Singapore Youth Sports Development (SYSD) Committee came a-knocking at the Toa Payoh Swimming Complex, where the Singapore diving team was having their regular training session. The team from SYSD was there to check on the progress of the divers, well two of them at least.
 
16-year-old Timothy Lee and 17-year-old Chloe Chan were the two. They have been nominated for the Aug 14 - 26 Youth Olympic Games (YOG) but have yet to earn the final go-ahead from the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC). Indeed, they will face a nail-biting couple of weeks ahead as the committee from SNOC decides on whether they get to represent the Republic at the inaugural Games.
 

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