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.
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Youth in Motion
Singapore University Games (SUniG) Women’s Basketball: SIT puts up a 51-33 victory in their opening match against SIM
Overcoming first game jitters, SIT managed to hold their ground and overcome SIM for their SUniG debut. Choong Si Ying Sara (SIT #11) led all scorers with 15 points.
Singapore University Games (SUniG) Men’s Basketball: NUS remain undefeated with 83-64 victory over NTU
Arno Paulus Didier Ricou (NUS #7), Johrathon Cheok (NUS #9), Raymond Loo (NUS #10) and Lim Dao Han (NUS #24) scored in double figures to lead NUS past NTU.
Singapore University Games (SUniG) Men’s Basketball: NUS puts up a dominant display against SMU to seal the 87-56 win
Sharpshooter Jovi Lim (NUS #35) maintained a hot hand throughout the game beyond the arc and led all scorers with 28 points to secure victory for NUS.
Singapore University Games (SUniG) Women’s Basketball: SMU edges out SIM to clinch the 58-46 victory
In the first SUniG Women's Basketball game, SMU Women Basketball Captains Sara Tan (#7) and Sophia Isabelle Ang (#9) took the lead and put up a combined 25 points in their 58-46 win against SIM.