'We're being kicked out'

Protesters of luxury condo turn violent:

ANGRY: Hundreds of protesters tearing down zinc hoardings around a condominium's site in Selangor.
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Project Football Gold starts with 43 names

READY TO ROAR: (From far right) Adam Swandi and Irfan Fandi are among the 43 players eyeing a spot in the 20-man squad.

The Singapore men’s Under-23 football team have targeted gold at this year’s South-east Asia (SEA) Games in front of their own fans.

The 28th SEA Games will be held here from June 5 to 16, and as the excitement level builds, coach Aide Iskandar and a squad of 26 are currently in Turkey as part of their preparations for the tournament. 

Yesterday, the Singapore National Olympic Council (SNOC) released the names of athletes in the first round of the selection process for the Games, and amid a long list of team sports are a 43-strong football squad.

Fandi Ahmad’s sons, Irfan and Ikhsan, and The New Paper’s Dollah Kassim award-winners Ammirul Emmran Mazlan (2010), Adam Swandi (2011) and R Aaravin (2012) are in the squad, which will eventually be trimmed to 20.

The SNOC’s list yesterday featured more than 900 nominations out of 1,234 entries, including athletes for multiple events.

Read the full report in our print edition on Jan 27. 

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Newitt suspended 2 race days

Craig Newitt.
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Whiteside gets 12 blocks as Heat 
scorch Bulls

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Tasty test for Kei

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'South Korea have exceeded target'

Coach Stielike takes pressure off team ahead of likely rematch with Australia in final

JOY FOR TAEGUK WARRIORS: South Korea's Kim Young Gwon (left) getting a hug from captain Ki Sung Yueng after scoring.
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MAS confirms its website was hacked

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Unho homes in with 69

NO WALK IN THE PARK: Unho Park bounced back with five birdies on the way in and would have added a sixth on the finishing par-five hole if not for a three-putt for a brilliant three-under 69.
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Elderly couple & their dog die in fire

CHARRED: A couple's remains were found after a fire destroyed four shophouses in Kedah, Malaysia.
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New champ on the bowling block

"She may not be a star like Jazreel, Shayna or Cherie; but Hui Fen has been the one who has consistently been in medal contention and winning medals at major championships." - National bowling coach Remy Ong on New Hui Fen (above).

Singapore coach Remy Ong described her as a “media outcast”, a bowler who does not make the headlines as often as the likes of Jazreel Tan, Shayna Ng and Cherie Tan.

Maybe, New Hui Fen has had enough of playing bridesmaid.

Using a new ball — the only one of seven that wasn’t initially registered — New stormed to victory in the Asian Bowling Championships' women’s Masters event in Bangkok yesterday.

The 22-year-old beat South Korean Son Yun Hee 270-193 pinfalls  in the deciding game to claim her second gold medal at the tournament, after helping Singapore win the women's trios last week.

New’s 16-game qualifying score of 4,038 pinfalls smashed the previous record of 3,751 set by South Korean Choi Jin-A in 2008.

Read the full report in our print edition on Jan 27. 

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