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S'pore win opener against Malaysia

SINGAPORE got off to a winning start in the World Cricket League Division 3 tournament yesterday, when they beat hosts Malaysia by two wickets at the Selangor Turf Club. A 115-ball 73 from Arjun Mutreja was the cornerstone of their success, after they made heavy weather of chasing 199 for victory in 50 overs. Down 68-3 in the 18th over, the opener steadied the innings in the company of...


Duo sail into para games history

ON A chilly and windy afternoon, out on the Yellow Sea at the Wangsan Sailing Marina in Incheon, South Korea, a slice of Singapore sporting history was created. Sailors Jovin Tan and Yap Qian Yin may have teamed up less than a year ago, but that did not stop them from delivering Singapore's first gold medal at the ongoing Asian Para Games yesterday. It is Singapore's first gold at the quadrennial...


Sparks fly as top-level tennis returns to S'pore

THE drumming, laser beams and pyrotechnics under the roof of the Singapore Indoor Stadium last night before the BNP Paribas WTA Finals kicked off were just a sign of what was to come. The real fireworks were seen on centre court when the world's top-ranking female tennis player Serena Williams took out Serbia's Ana Ivanovic 6-4, 6-4. It marked the return of top-level professional tennis to...


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