|Friday 28 October, 2016 19:30|
|Balestier Khalsa FC||2 : 0||Brunei DPMM FC|
|Saturday 22 October, 2016 19:30|
|Tampines Rovers FC||2 : 0||Balestier Khalsa FC|
|Saturday 15 October, 2016 19:30|
|Balestier Khalsa FC||0 : 5||Home United FC|
|Saturday 01 October, 2016 19:30|
|Hougang United FC||1 : 1||Balestier Khalsa FC|
|1||Albirex Niigata FC (S)||24||16||2||6||26||50|
|2||Tampines Rovers FC||24||15||4||5||22||49|
|3||Brunei DPMM FC||24||12||5||7||10||41|
|4||Home United FC||24||11||4||9||8||37|
|5||Geylang Int'l FC||24||10||7||7||6||37|
|6||Hougang United FC||24||9||5||10||-6||32|
|8||Balestier Khalsa FC||24||4||7||13||-19||19|
|9||Garena Young Lions||24||2||3||19||-47||9|
|1||Home United (PL)||21||18||1||2||41||55|
|2||Warriors FC (PL)||21||16||0||5||27||48|
|4||Geylang Int'l (PL)||21||8||7||6||1||31|
|5||Balestier Khalsa (PL)||21||6||6||9||-12||24|
|7||Tampines Rovers (PL)||21||4||5||12||-25||17|
|8||Hougang United (PL)||21||4||2||15||-26||14|
Written by: Ryan Low
Philippines invitee Ceres La Salle produced a superb second-half comeback to beat Balestier Khalsa 2-1 in the RHB Singapore Cup third place playoff at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Saturday evening.
The Tigers led at half time through Niko Tokic’s early opener, but the Busmen came up good in the second half and scored two within five minutes to take third spot in the competition.
Marko Kraljevic’s charges got off to a dream start as they struck the back of the net after just four minutes. Tokic latched onto a long ball, held off his marker in the box before lashing home a volley into the bottom left corner.
Written by: Darren Ho
RHB Singapore Cup 2016 (3rd Place Match)
Balestier Khalsa vs Ceres La Salle
(Saturday, 29 October, 5.00pm, Jalan Besar Stadium)
RHB Singapore Cup 2014 champions Balestier Khalsa will be hoping to restore pride when they take on Philippines’ club Ceres La Salle in the third placing match at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Saturday.
Written by: Darren Ho
Balestier Khalsa wrapped up their 2016 Great Eastern Yeo’s S.League campaign in style with a 2-0 victory over Brunei DPMM at the Toa Payoh stadium on Wednesday night.
Niko Tokic’s industrious display was rewarded with a goal at the start of the second-half before substitute Miroslav Kristic stroked home the Tiger’s second goal to seal the Wasps’ fate in the dying minutes of stoppage time.
Despite ending the Bruneians’ five-game winning streak, the result had no bearing on the S.League standing as Balestier finish the campaign in eighth place, while DPMM took third position.