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“This year we didn’t have a dream team,” said Ahmad between breaths, after the match. “But we had a team with a dream.” The 18-year-old could not quite wrap his head around the scenes that had unraveled. His side’s dream run had culminated in a fiery encounter against VJC in only SAJC’s first final appearance since 2014, and the Saints had just stunned the Jalan Besar crowd with a flattering 4-1 win to clinch their maiden championship title.
The final buzzer went off to put an end to a breathless encounter between two undefeated teams this season, as Eunoia JC emerged 4-3 winners over Victoria JC to clinch their maiden floorball title. It is only EJC's third year competing in the championship, and their win is only the school's second sports title in its three-year history, adding to its recent victory in girls' hockey.
Singapore Sports Awards: FINA Swimming World Cup named Best Sports Event (International) for first time
The 2018 FINA Swimming World Cup Singapore Presented by Yakult picked up the Best Sports Event of the Year (International) accolade at the annual Singapore Sports Awards (SSA). This is the event's maiden win in the category, though it has been shortlisted for the last six years.
Singapore Sports Awards: HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens in running for third consecutive Best Sports Event (International) award
The HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens is up for its third straight Best Sports Event of the Year (International) accolade at the annual Singapore Sports Awards (SSA) 2019. It is up against the 2018 HSBC Women's World Championship for golf and the 2018 FINA Swimming World Cup Presented by Yakult.
Come Play Play is a sports meet open to all youths in Singapore organised by HIGHER, the youth arm of non-profit organisation City Harvest Church Services Association (CHCSA). HIGHER aims to bring youths from all walks of life together.
Raffles Institution (RI) survived a late gutsy fightback from St. Andrew's Junior College (SAJC) to edge past their traditional rivals 17-15 and book their place in the final of the National A Division Rugby Championship. Raffles were headed for a flattering 17-5 win with only 10 minutes to go, before two unconverted Saints tries saw the boys in green-black-white having to hang on precariously in the dying seconds.
National A Div Floorball: Eunoia dispatch fellow first-time semi-finalists River Valley 6-1 to book maiden final berth
In a clash between two first-time semi-finalists of the National A Division Floorball Championship, dark horses Eunoia Junior College (EJC) came out tops with a convincing 6-1 victory over River Valley High School (RV).