Brunei club's collapse complete 
as Stags 
do Warriors huge favour

OH NO: Brunei DPMM striker Shahrazen Said grimacing after he stabbed the ball wide of an open goal from just two metres.
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Weaver the toast of new champions

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New S.League champs manager already looking for bigger and better things next year

KEY MEN: Players and officials throwing Alex Weaver (in orange) in the air to celebrate their league triumph, which came after Hafiz Rahim's solitary goal sealed a 1-0 win over Albirex last night.

After five long years, Warriors FC are back at the summit of Singapore football.

The most-successful club in the country were crowned champions of the Great Eastern-YEO’s S.League for a ninth time last night after they squeezed out a 1-0 win over Albirex Niigata at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium.

That result, coupled with Brunei DPMM’s 2-1 loss to Tampines Rovers in the Jalan Besar Stadium, saw the Warriors top the table by three points on the final day of the season.

Hafiz Rahim’s 48th-minute header handed the Warriors victory in front of their own fans and coach Alex Weaver is already looking to bigger and better things next year.

While content with helping Warriors reclaim their place as Singapore’s No. 1 club, the Englishman said: “It doesn’t end now though. Next week I’ll get back into the office and we’ll start planning for next season, because we have continental football to think about.”

Read the full report in our print edition on Nov 1.

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Indulge yourself with freebies at TNP Big Walk... sign up now

FREEBIES: New Face finalists Tiara Skadiang (left) and Chanel Lyn (right) with some of the Big Walk goodies.

Still unsure about spending the morning of Nov 30 experiencing the sights, at your own pace, from the iconic Benjamin Sheares Bridge?

Consider this: There are 250 "reasons" to walk the healthy-lifestyle talk, bond with family and friends, and indulge, indulge, indulge.

For $15, or $12 if you sign up before Nov 8 (see registration details on facing page), each Big Walker will receive goodies worth $250.

Goodie bags have long been a huge attraction for Big Walkers. This year, the tradition continues with a variety of exclusive gifts to let you look and feel good long after the Walk and its carnival are over.


First, look fit and spiffy in a commemorative Big Walk T-shirt exclusively designed by Denizen, worth $29.90.

Thousands of past participants have kept their T-shirts as collector's items.

Now, you can, too.

Look good, too, with exclusive discount vouchers for Denizen Singapore, courtesy of Jay Gee.


Feed your senses, first with free Nando's PERi-PERi flame-grilled chicken.

The goodie bag includes a meal voucher worth $10.90, courtesy of Nando's, plus sampling at the post-Walk carnival.

Quench your thirst with a tetra pack of H-Two-O, courtesy of YHS (Singapore). There will also be H-Two-O drinks available at the 5km route's midpoint.

With your tastebuds satisfied and your thirst quenched, it is time to indulge in some escapism at the movies. Shaw Organisation has come up with movie and popcorn discount vouchers for all participants.

You can also indulge in some retail therapy after the Walk.

GainCity will be having a booth at the post-Walk carnival, so you can use your $20 GainCity voucher to offset the value of your purchases.

Want new speakers or earphones? Orange Communications and Treoo Group have you covered, with vouchers offering substantial discounts.

And for those eyeing a new smartphone or accessory, Huawei has come up with great offers and exclusive discounts.

To satisfy your curiosity for news and thirst for knowledge, each goodie bag comes with a three-month digital and online subscription to The New Paper worth $132.60.

So look good, feel good and indulge yourself even as you have a great time at The New Paper Big Walk 2014.

Exclusive Big Walk T-shirt and discount vouchers from Denizen

Meal voucher from Nando's

H-Two-O isotonic drinks

Movie and popcorn discount vouchers from Shaw Organisation

Speakers and earphones from Orange Communications and Treoo Group


  • GainCity voucher worth $20
  • Offers and exclusive discounts from Huawei
  • Three-month digital and online subscription to The New Paper worth $132.60

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