In a keenly contested match, Singapore Management University (SMU) defeated Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP) 49-28 in the group stages of the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Netball Championship.
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) outshone Singapore Polytechnic (SP) 61-21 in the group stages of the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Netball Championship to remain undefeated in the competition.
Floorball powerhouses Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) proved their mettle by soundly defeating Singapore Management University (SMU) 4-1 in the Women's Inter-University Floorball Championships 2010.
Singapore's 17-year-old judokas Lim Chin Jie and Tang Jing Fang failed to make it past the repechages of the Judo Boys 81kg and Judo Girls 52kg categories respectively.
16-year-old Brandon Ooi bowed out of round 3 in the Men's K1 Head to Head Canoe Sprint event after putting in two highly commendable performances against top competitors.
16-year-old Wang Nan Feng made it as far as Round 3 of the Women's K1 Head to Head Canoe Sprint event, but failed to progress further to the final after losing out to Joanna Bruska of Poland.
17-year-old Amanda Lim did the nation proud by progressing to the semi-finals of the Youth Women's 100m Freestyle event, coming in a respectable 12th overall in a field of 54 hopefuls. She clocked a timing of 58.03s, just 1.99s off Australia's Emma McKeon, the leading qualifier.
It proved to be a day of mixed fortunes for Singapore in the second round of the Singapore Badminton Open. The Republic’s men’s doubles pair and women’s doubles pair made it to the quarter finals but the three mixed doubles pairs regrettably bowed out of the tournament.