Institute of Technical Education (ITE) kept up their pace in overcoming Republic Polytechnic (RP) 2-0 in the Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education (POL-ITE) Games football championship.
The determined Republic Polytechnic (RP) hustled hard against Institution of Technical Education (ITE) to not only score a goal through Nur Izzati (RP #13), but kept their opponent muted throughout the entire game as well. With a 1-0 score, RP decisively edged past ITE in the 2019 Polytechnic-Institute of Technical Education Games (POL-ITE) football championship.
Four goals from Darvina Halini (SUSS #11) was just enough to help Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) come from behind and edge out Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) 4-3 to seal IVP qualification.
National University of Singapore and Singapore Management University played out an exciting but ultimately goalless 0-0 draw in the Singapore University Games Football Championship.
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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.
National A Div Football: Slew of second half goals help NYJC secure bronze in convincing 5-2 win over TMJC
Nanyang Junior College (NYJC) held onto the bronze medal they attained at last year's National School Games with a convincing 5-2 win over Tampines Meridian Junior College (TMJC) in this year's bronze medal playoffs. Four out of the five goals from NYJC were scored in the second half of play.
Victoria Junior College (VJC) emerged the clear victors from their semi-final match after prevailing 4-0 against Nanyang Junior College (NYJC). By winning this semi-final, they qualify to proceed to the final match on Friday. NYJC will advance to the 3rd/4th match, whose outcome will determine the bronze medalist this year. "I feel like it's a good game performance and we really showed that teamwork and hard work can bring us through anything," said VJC captain Jeremy Loke (#4).