Two years of enforced rest by the spoiler Covid virus only added to the restlessness among the Anglo-Chinese School (ACS) alumni as seven cohorts battle for bragging rights at the 2nd ACS Knights Eagle Eye Inter-year Soccer Tournament.
Two years of cancelled A Division football proved insufficient to shake Victoria Junior College (VJC) from their winning ways, taking first place in the girls' competition for the eighth consecutive time.
National A Div Football Final: VJC reclaim title after edging past defending champs SAJC in rematch of 2019 final
With one swing of his boot, Victoria Junior College (VJC)’s Anton Yen Goh (#19) drove the ball into the bottom left corner of a gaping net, cueing thunderous roars from the Jalan Besar crowd at the first National Schools A Division boy’s football final since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. That strike 15 minutes into the first half turned out to be the first and only goal of the match, as the Victorians reclaimed the title their seniors surrendered to same opponents St. Andrew’s Junior College (SAJC) three years ago.
Sheares Hall (SH) beat Eusoff Hall (EH) in the National University of Singapore (NUS) Inter-Hall Games (IHG) men's football final to clinch their third title in four years, claiming high ground in the recent longstanding football rivalry between the two halls with a 2-0 victory. The last three IHG men's football finals have been contested by the same two halls, with Eusoff victorious in 2018 and Sheares successfully retaining the championship they won last year.
Temasek Polytechnic (TP) blitzed National University of Singapore (NUS) in the first half before patiently holding on to clinch a 2-1 victory as well as the double by winning the POL-ITE and Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic title back-to-back. Two goals in the opening 20 minutes by skipper Jacob Mahler (TP #17) and Jordan Nicholas Vestering (TP #4) proved too much for NUS who could only pull one goal back through a penalty.
Temasek Polytechnic cruised to a 5-0 win over Singapore Management University to book their place in the semi-final of the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic football tournament.
From tap ins to headers and even a chip over the goalkeeper, Nanyang Technological University put up an attacking exhibition to win 6-1 against Singapore Management University, placing one foot in the semi-final of the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic Football competition.
When the boys, who refused to be old, were ticked off by the ever-present prefect of the Old Boys’ Association for being overly rowdy at the annual Founder’s Day dinner in 2015, a wave of inspiration struck an indignant Chng Nai Wee (ACSS1985).