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Centre of Excellence Trials - June 2012

BALESTIER KHALSA FOOTBALL CLUB will be conducting trials for its Centre of Excellence age-group teams.

Singapore citizen males who are born between 1997 and 2000 may attend the trials. The trials would be held at Toa Payoh Stadium on two dates.
1) Monday, 18 June 2012;
2) Thursday, 21 June 2012

Registration will start at 8.45am
Trials will begin at 9.00am.

All trialists must bring along their own training attire (jerseys, shorts, socks, boots and shin pads are compulsory).

For more information, please contact the Club Office at 6356 0049 during office hours.

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S.League Midterm Team of the Season

ESPNSTAR.com picks our best performers from the Great Eastern-YEO's S.League so far this season.

By Gabriel Tan

The 2012 Great Eastern-YEO's S.League campaign has reached its halfway point and with all but one of the RHB Singapore Cup opening round fixtures completed, there's no better time to cast our eyes on this season's best performers so far.

There were a couple of positions with standout candidates who were never at risk of missing out, yet in other parts of the field, there were a number of individuals who made an equally compelling case to be included.

After much deliberation, we present to you ESPNSTAR.com's midterm Team of the Season and we found the best way to accommodate all this talent was to go with the tried and tested 4-4-2 formation.

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RHB SINGAPORE CUP: SAFFC Survive First-Round Shootout

SAFFC became the first side to go through to the quarterfinals of the RHB Singapore Cup 2012 competition on Monday evening, after they defeated Balestier Khalsa on penalties at Choa Chu Kang Stadium in the first match of the preliminary round.

The match was tied 1-1 in regulation time.

The Warriors took the lead at the start of the second half through Mislav Karoglan, but allowed Kim Min Ho to tap home from close range for Balestier just two minutes from time.

An additional 30 minutes of football could not find a winner, so the match went to the dreaded shootout.

Syed Thaha, who did not put a foot wrong throughout the match, was the sole unfortunate one to miss his kick in sudden death, hitting it over the bar after Fazrul Nawaz had made it 6-5 in favour of the home team.

Ten other players, including Karoglan and Kim, had converted their respective efforts from twelve yards, but Thaha’s miss proved decisive.

Balestier made a couple of changes to the side that had lost against Brunei’s DPMM FC in league action last week.

 

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BALESTIER KHALSA FOOTBALL CLUB

Club Office:
297 Lorong 6, Toa Payoh, Toa Payoh Stadium (Gate 3), Singapore 319389
Tel: +65-6356 0049 Fax: +65-6356 5006

 

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