Netballers stop Orchard Road traffic

CAPTAINS' WALK: The netball skippers, led by Singapore's Lin Qingyi (far left), posing for a photo along Orchard Road yesterday.
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Celtics down Lakers

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Advantage Thailand

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Dr M: 
'Malaysians are stupid. They don't know 
how to manage aviation'

DIRECT: Former premier Mahathir Mohamad is not one to mince his words.
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Research reveals

Rounding up science's latest discoveries

Memory loss with trans fat.
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Robbery gang uses stolen car for wedding procession

RECOVERED: Sepang Assistant Commissioner of Police Mohd Yusoff Awang (left) with the car which had been stolen by a gang and decorated for a wedding.
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Russia rattled

Russian athletics body threatens 
legal action 
over dope claims

Liliya Shobukhova.
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Fandi's LionsXII sign talented striker Sahil Suhaimi

MANAGING EXPECTATIONS: Sahil Suhaimi has set himself a modest target of five goals in next year's Malaysian Super League.

The LionsXII scored just 26 goals in 22 Malaysian Super League (MSL) games last season as they slumped to a disappointing eighth-place finish just 12 months after winning the title.

No wonder Fandi Ahmad has sought to address the lack of firepower in his team.

His charges will return to MSL action next month and they look more dangerous up front after signing Courts Young Lions striker Sahil Suhaimi and retaining goalscoring winger Faris Ramli.

The two 22-year-olds tasted plenty of action in Singapore’s ill-fated AFF Suzuki Cup title defence last month.

Read the full report in our print edition on Dec 7.

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