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1106, 2019

RED ALL-STARS: Vote for your best 2019 A Division football players

By |June 11th, 2019|Categories: football, What say you all?|2 Comments

All of you have nominated your best players, now it's time to vote! Voting will end on June 30. The most voted male and female player will win a free photoshoot with Red Sports.

1006, 2019

RED ALL-STARS: Vote for your best 2019 A Division hockey players

By |June 10th, 2019|Categories: hockey, What say you all?|0 Comments

All of you have nominated your best players, now it's time to vote! Voting will end on June 30. The most voted male and female player will win a free photoshoot with Red Sports.

Youth in Motion

September 2019

National C Division Basketball: Dunman Secondary clinches the championship with a stellar 68-43 win over Catholic High

By |September 3rd, 2019|Categories: basketball, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

With strategic playmaking and domineering aggression, Jayson Tan (#7) of Dunman Secondary School led all scorers with a game high 28 points and leads his team to a convincing 68-43 victory against Catholic High School, winning the championship title for National C Division Basketball.

C Division Girls Basketball Final: NYGH topple SCGS 48–31 to claim championship

By |September 3rd, 2019|Categories: basketball, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

Nanyang Girls' High School (NYGH) overcame a slow start to beat Singapore Chinese Girls' School (SCGS) 48–31 in the finals of the National C Division Basketball Championship. Bridget Wu (NYGH #27) led all scorers with 15 points, while Rae-Ann Chua (NYGH #32) followed closely behind with 11. Celeste Niam (SCGS #4) put up 8 points for her team, while Wang Jia Yue (SCGS #11) added 6 points.

National C Div Rugby: 13-man ACS(I) beat St Andrew’s 19-7 for 2nd Grand Slam in 3 years

By |September 3rd, 2019|Categories: rugby, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

Anglo-Chinese (Independent) held on to beat St Andrew's Secondary School 19-7 for its fourth-straight National Schools Rugby Championships C Division title. ACS(I) had two boys sent off in the second half for dangerous play, but captain Tycen Yeoh's steady kicking helped his team ensure there was no repeat of the only loss they suffered against the same opponents in the preliminary round robin phase.

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