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Ong Zhe Sim (centre) with sponsor Dr. Tay Miah Hiang from OncoCare (right)The OncoCare Singapore Junior Open 2019 finally produced a home winner as Ong Zhe Sim came out victorious in the all-Singapore final in the Girls Under-13 event. The finals today, witnessed by a over-crowded audience at the Kallang Squash Centre, had to be the highlight of the event. Having not have a home winner before, Singaporeans thronged to the venue to witness the
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The 2019 OncoCare Singapore Junior Open returns once again to the Kallang Squash Centre from 10 to 14 December 2019. The Asian Junior Super Series Gold event will see a total of ten categories contested, split evenly between the boys and girls. This year’s event sees a record breaking 344 entries from a total of 18 countries, a jump from 294 entries last year. This makes this year’s event biggest ever in the history of
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Twenty-two could well be a lucky number for Singapore Squash! After capturing the first gold medal in 22 years at the SEA Games Men’s Team competition in 2017, Singapore is set to return to the WSF Men’s World Team Championship for the first time in 22 years. The 26th edition of the Men’s World Team Championship will be hosted in Washington DC by Squash On Fire, a newish 8-court facility built on a former fire
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Team Singapore will be sending a balanced team comprising of seasoned campaigners and Games debutants to the upcoming SEA Games in Manila, Philippines. Five men and four women will be flying the Singapore flag at the Manila Polo Club from 1 to 9 December 2019. The men who made the team are Samuel Kang, Timothy Leong, team captain Chua Man Tong, his London-based brother Chua Man Chin and fellow Games debutant Aaron Liang. The ladies’
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Singapore’s Au Yeong Wai Yhann powered to her second successive SGSquash Circuit title at the Kallang Squash Centre in style as she saw off the challenge of Malaysia’s Angie Ooi in straight games. In the Men’s Open event, Elvinn Keo also repeated his feat after seeing off Robert Garcia of the Philippines. Women’s Open champion Au Yeong Wai Yhann (red) with runners-up Angie Ooi (yellow)Wai Yhann, Singapore’s top player for the upcoming SEA Games, was
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