Run around the sports hub

First Stadium Run on Nov 1 will launch National Games

COME PLAY AT KALLANG:A 4.25km run at the Sports Hub will launch this year's National Games.
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Bok out to make amends

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Warriors FC atop S.League after nervy win

KILLER INSTINCT: Nicolas Velez's (in white) two goals helped Warriors to the win last night.

Warriors FC reached the summit of the Great Eastern-Yeo’s S.League after a 3-2 win over Home United at the Jalan Besar Stadium last night.

But they were on a knife’s edge until referee W Ravisantharan blew the final whistle.

Having led 3-0 thanks to a Nicolas Velez brace and a Mirolsav Pejic strike, Alex Weaver’s men conceded two goals in the final 20 minutes of the game, resulting in the nervy finish.

Warriors now sit atop the S.League, one point ahead of Brunei DPMM, who have played a game less.

Read the full report in our print edition on Oct 18.

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Hariss' JDT into Malaysia Cup semis

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Rebel King should dominate again

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Above De Pinnacle gives Nunes his 100th winner

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Affleck has it all his way

EASY DOES IT: Jockey Danny Beasley doesn't have to use his whip at all when guiding Affleck to an easy two-length win in the $100,000 Premier Racing Bloodstock Stakes in Race 7 last night.
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Join Silent Rush in Race 6

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Blues win crystal clear

Jose Mourinho’s men.
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Mourinho: I'm a humble guy

Blues boss says he welcomes the comments by Lambert and Keane on his handshake controversy

FLASH POINT:
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert pointing to his watch as Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho offers an early handshake before the end of the Blues' 3-0 win over the Villans 
on Sept 27.
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