With time-out called for voting on amendments to the football body’s constitution, all parties should make full use of the break to consult and weigh their options ahead of a decision at the next meeting.
Elections possible before end of the year despite decision to continue discussions by Singapore’s football governing body
Proposed constitutional amendments are to be voted on at Saturday's (Sep 24) Annual General Meeting of the Football Association of Singapore, as teams line up for elections to follow in coming weeks.
The swimmers say they are thankful for greater visibility and support for para sports, while SNPC chief Dr Teo-Koh Sock Miang wants more sponsors to come on board to help redress the disparity in rewards for able-bodied and disabled athletes.
Nine-time major winner Monica Seles will be in Singapore next month for the Women's Tennis Association's year-end elite tournament.
Opening game win over Taiwanese opponents puts the Singapore Slingers in driving seat for a spot in the semi-finals of the six-team tournament, while Pinoy side Mighty Sports silence Seoul Samsung Thunder.
The tournament's return after 20 years offers local players the chance to square up against quality opposition, and entertainment for fans.
No decision has been taken yet on extending the hosting agreement for the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix, although talks are under way, says Minister for Trade and Industry (Industry) S Iswaran.
Nico Rosberg won the 2016 Formula 1 Singapore Airline Singapore Grand Prix on Sunday (Sep 18) as Mercedes just about scraped home in a race decided on tyre strategy.
Following his blistering times in free practice, the German driver will now start ahead of Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo and Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who struggled in 3rd.