Victoria Junior College thrash Anderson JC 6-0 in A Division football

Update and pictures contributed by reader Jolyn Ang

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VJC’s Alex was in hot form, scoring a hat-trick before being substituted. Pictured here is an attempted loft over AJC’s keeper, who made a few good saves throughout the game but was let down by his defence. (Photo 1 © Jolyn Ang)

VJC, Monday, April 21, 2008 – Victoria Junior College continued their unbeaten run with a 6-0 thrashing of Anderson Junior College in an A Division Football Championship game earlier this week.

VJC have now won six straight games for a perfect 6-wins-0-losses record, outscoring their opponents 22 goals to one in Group B. Meridian Junior College now sit in second spot with a 4-0 record, their latest win a 2-1 triumph over Millenia Institute who are third with a 2-2-2 record. MJC enjoy two games in hand over MI and should qualify in second spot.

In Group A, Anglo-Chinese Junior College drew 2-2 with Nanyang Junior College to keep their lock on first place (4-1-0). With 13 points, they are five points clear of nearest challengers Raffles Junior College (2-2-1) whose last result was a 3-0 win over Yishun Junior College (1-0-4). Breathing down RJC’s necks is St Andrew’s Junior College in third place, a point behind, but with two games in hand over the Rafflesians.

Group A is a wide-open group, with RJC, SAJC, NJC, JJC and NYJC all with a realistic chance of qualification for the semi-finals.

For more details, please visit the Fixtures+Results page.

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Soccer or taekwondo? VJC’s Andes tries a half-volley whilst
AJC’s #8 has his studs aimed at player, not ball. (Photo 2 © Jolyn Ang)
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VJC’s Wei Kang scores the sixth goal of the game, his shot powering past AJC’s captain’s tackle. AJC’s captain probably saved his team from a more embarrassing loss with his strength and timely
tackles. (Photo 3 © Jolyn Ang)
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VJC’s Anders was returned to the striking position after a few games in defence, and displayed his versatility with two goals in the game. (Photo 4 © Jolyn Ang)
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