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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

Singapore University Games (SUniG) Women’s Basketball: SMU edges out SIM to clinch the 58-46 victory

By |September 21st, 2019|Categories: basketball, Youth in Motion|Tags: , |

In the first SUniG Women's Basketball game, SMU Women Basketball Captains Sara Tan (#7) and Sophia Isabelle Ang (#9) took the lead and put up a combined 25 points in their 58-46 win against SIM.

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.

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