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  1. East Zone B Div Bball: Dunman High comeback from 16 down against Chung Cheng (Main) to secure path to finals
  2. East Zone B Div Bball: Dunman Secondary cruise past Dunman High to win 49-32
  3. Red Sports – 10 years on
  4. North Zone B Div Bball: Edgefield come back to defeat Punggol 45-32
  5. North Zone B Div Bball: Woodgrove narrowly edge out Naval Base to qualify for semis
  6. North Zone B Div Bball: North Vista outlast Christ Church to win 56-45
  7. South Zone C Div Football: Comeback win over Fairfield not enough for ACSI
  8. North Zone B Div Bball: Bowen end season with resounding 67-24 victory over Woodlands Ring
  9. North Zone B Div Bball: North Vista suffocate Ahmad Ibrahim with defense to win 61-19
  10. North Zone B Div Bball: SCGS cruise to 41-21 victory over Ahmad Ibrahim
  11. South Zone C Div Football: Unbeaten NorthLight qualify for Rd 2 for first time
  12. RED ALL-STARS: Who are your best 2017 B Division basketball players?
  13. North Zone B Div Bball: North Vista overwhelm Edgefield 78-22
  14. North Zone B Div Bball: Bowen dominate Naval Base to win 55-40
  15. North Zone B Div Bball: SCGS complete comeback 40-39 victory over Yishun Town
  16. North Zone B Div Bball: Christ Church cruise to victory over Catholic High in 52-34 win
  17. North Zone B Div Bball: Presbyterian High with furious comeback against Bowen to win 39-36
  18. North Zone B Div Bball: Ahmad Ibrahim come back to defeat Edgefield 53-40
  19. North Zone B Div Bball: SCGS take down Seng Kang
  20. National B Div Floorball: Holy Innocents’ beat Kent Ridge for first win
  21. South Zone C Div Football: Fairfield Methodist defeat Beatty in convincing 3-0 victory
  22. North Zone B Div Bball: Woodgrove narrowly escape with 38-32 win over Bowen in close game
  23. North Zone B Div Bball: North Vista suffocates Deyi with defense to win 63-14
  24. National B Div Floorball: St Anthony’s breeze past Spectra for first win
  25. South Zone C Div Football: Serangoon Garden and NorthLight stay unbeaten after 1-1 draw
  26. National B Div Floorball: Bukit Merah prevail over Hillgrove
  27. Can we change S-League clubs names to school names? – SJI’s Bernard Teo
  28. North Zone B Div Bball: North Vista dominate Maris Stella
  29. East Zone B Div Bball: Anglican High secure 40-31 victory over Dunman High in close game
  30. North Zone B Div Bball: Presbyterian High withstand pressure from Catholic High to win
  31. North Zone B Div Bball: Woodlands Ring see off Montfort
  32. North Zone B Div Bball: Defence gives Bowen edge over Anderson in 77-35 victory
  33. North Zone B Div Bball: Steady scoring gives Seng Kang 35-20 win over Riverside
  34. North Zone B Div Bball: Woodlands Ring defense gives them win over Maris Stella
  35. North Zone B Div Bball: Christ Church remain calm to beat Yishun
  36. National B Div Floorball: Bedok North triumph over Kent Ridge
  37. East Zone B Div Bball: Dunman High secure victory in first game against Bedok View
  38. National B Div Floorball: Kent Ridge come from behind to tie with Hillgrove
  39. North Zone B Div Bball: Deyi dominate Presbyterian High for 2nd win
  40. North Zone B Div Bball: Ahmad Ibrahim edge out Yishun in close game
  41. North Zone B Div Bball: Naval Base stay composed against Punggol to remain undefeated
  42. IVP Bball: NTU defeat 4-time defending champs SIM to win first title since 2009
  43. Netball Singapore to give elite B and C Div student-athletes more play time
  44. IVP Bball: SIM defeat TP to face NTU in bid for fifth-straight title
  45. North Zone B Div Bball: Punggol come from behind to beat Northbrooks
  46. North Zone B Div Bball: North Vista dominate Marsiling to secure 2nd victory
  47. IVP 5000m: Chilton Ong of NP outlasts Jeevaneesh of NUS to win gold
  48. IVP 110m Hurdles: Ang Chen Xiang of NUS sets new record of 14.39s to win gold
  49. IVP 100m: Syazani of TP beats Timothee Yap of NUS to win gold
  50. IVP Bball (Women): NTU see off SP to clinch first win

Discussion2 Comments

  1. Hi why do very promising, fast-growing sports such as canoeing not feature in Red Sports? Canoeing has put Singapore on the global sporting arena. What does it take to be featured alongside the traditional sports currently featured? Sports, like music that engages the youth and the community at large, knows no boundaries. We need to be more and truly inclusive.

    If you are not aware, Ministers (MSF) Tan Chuan Jin and Ong Ye Kung support and follow Singapore’s national paddlers. (Teamsingaporekayak @ instagram). When will Red Sports catch up please?
    Thank you.

    • Hi, Yvonne. Red Sports is an open platform for young student volunteers to come on board to report on and take photographs of their favourite sport. After 9 years, we have yet to have anyone from the canoeing community come on board who understands the sport and is able to write intelligently about the sport. Anyone who is interested in reporting on canoeing on a volunteer basis is welcome to join us. 🙂

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