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  1. SUniG Bball: NTU defeat NUS 80-49 to defend championship title
  2. SUniG Bball (Women): NTU cruise past NUS 76-55 to win 9th title in a row
  3. SUniG Bball (Women): NTU’s stifling defense sets up 70-31 victory over SIM
  4. SUniG Bball: NTU’s late rally gives them 72-62 victory over SIM
  5. SUniG Football (Women’s): NTU regain championship after beating NUS 1-0
  6. SUniG Netball: NUS champions again after beating NTU 66-36 in final
  7. ASEAN Para Games Archery: Inspirational Syahidah stars for Singapore
  8. SUniG Bball: Steady scoring gives SIT 58-43 victory over SMU
  9. SUniG Bball (Women): SIT play well down stretch to defeat SMU 50-46
  10. ASEAN Para Games CP Football: Singapore’s CP footballers go down fighting against Causeway rivals
  11. SUniG Football (Women): NUS final hopes hang in the balance after SMU draw
  12. SUniG Bball (Women): 2nd-quarter surge propels NTU to 74-55 victory over NUS
  13. SUniG Bball: NTU pull away in the fourth to secure 71-53 victory over NUS
  14. SUniG Bball: NTU rally from slow start to defeat SMU 68-52
  15. SUniG Bball: NTU roll past SMU 70-40 to win season opener
  16. SUniG Netball: Xin Yi’s pinpoint accuracy helps NUS beat SIM 83-46
  17. SUniG Netball: NTU open campaign with 74-19 win over SIT
  18. SUniG Football: Hanna Westerling scores brace for NUS in win over SIM
  19. SUniG Football: NUS beat wasteful SIT 2–0 for opening victory
  20. SUniG Football: SMU captain Lai Kuan scores brace in win over SIT
  21. SEA Games Wakeboarding: Dry practice key to success on the water for Sasha Christian
  22. SEA Games Pentanque: More than throwing balls, stamina is key
  23. SEA Games Sailing: Sea of possibilities for Singapore’s youngsters
  24. SEA Games Basketball: No tickets, no problem for Singapore’s supportive sporting families
  25. SEA Games Sailing: ‘Super-stressed’ Nicole can sleep easy after bronze
  26. SEA Games Track & Field: Dipna Lim Prasad cracks 43-year 400m national record; Michelle Sng ends high jump gold drought
  27. SEA Games Swimming: Quah siblings lead Singapore in golden harvest
  28. National C Div Rugby: ACS(I) beat Saints 25-10 to complete 2nd straight Grand Slam
  29. NYSI Basketball: SIM beat NUS for inaugural men’s league win
  30. SYOF Volleyball: Beach volleyballers looking forward to more tournaments
  31. List of 569 Singapore athletes who will compete at 2017 SEA Games
  32. FINA Synchro Swim: Singapore shine against Malaysian rivals
  33. SYOF Athletics: North Vista win four races to dominate meet
  34. C’wealth Youth Games Swimming: Singapore rake in another 3 gold to finish 6th on medal table
  35. C’wealth Youth Games Swimming: Christie Chue, Quah Jing Wen, Francis Fong strike gold
  36. NYSI Bball: SIM pull through despite hot shooting from RP to advance to final undefeated
  37. NYSI Bball: SIM defeat RP 74-57 to stay undefeated on path to final
  38. SYOF BMX: DIY track keeps fire burning for local youth BMX and MTB riders
  39. NYSI Bball: NUS survive NTU comeback to win 49-45 and advance to final
  40. NYSI Bball: NUS stun NTU with 22-point comeback victory to advance to final
  41. IAAF World U18 Championships: Thiruben sets new national U18 mark in 400m
  42. SYOF Shooting: RI’s Chen Wen Di clinches Y13 10m Air Pistol Boys’ title in nail-biting finish
  43. SYOF Fencing: Simon Lee seals U14 Individual Boys’ Epee title while Kemei Cheung wins U14 Individual Girls’ Foil
  44. SYOF Fencing: Festival kicks off with Boys’ Individual Foil and Girls’ Sabre fencing
  45. NYSI Bball: NTU overwhelm SMU in 76-48 home victory
  46. NYSI Bball: RP light up from three-point range to torch SMU 77-40
  47. NYSI Bball: Steadiness on both ends of the floor gives RP 58-50 victory over SMU
  48. NYSI Bball: 2nd half surge gives NUS 55-53 win over TP
  49. NYSI Bball: Steady scoring gives NUS 52-40 victory over TP
  50. Swimming: Teong stuns in 50m splash while 13-yr-old Gan wins 800m gold

Discussion4 Comments

  1. Hi Les–May I inquire regarding your coverage of 2017 B Division Basketball? In viewing your headlines list, a casual observer would think that there is only a North Zone, along with a very small East Zone where Dunman High has the only basketball team. To B division fans and players, there could be a perception of biased reporting.

    • Hi Jim and Holly :). We have fewer volunteers this year who want to cover basketball. Also, North Zone games at OCBC Arena are the most accesible for our student volunteers who have to depend on public transport.

  2. 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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