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16 teams from four categories took part in the final day of the National Street Soccer League 2013 on Sunday for the Lee Hsien Loong Challenge Trophy.
SINGAPORE: 16 teams from four categories took part in the final day of the National Street Soccer League 2013 on Sunday for the Lee Hsien Loong Challenge Trophy.
Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong himself was at the event at the Toa Payoh HDB Hub to witness the finals for the Ladies Open, Under-14 Boys, Under-17 Boys and Men's Open Categories.
The Lee Hsien Loong Challenge Trophy was initiated in 1995 and is now into its 19th year.
One of the oldest participants in the tournament's history is 57-year-old Maimun Abdul Wahab.
Madam Maimun is also a former member of the Singapore Women Football Association between 1975 and 1995.
Madam Maimun said: "To me, I feel nothing. I just want to keep fit. I want to enjoy my soccer because soccer is my passion. Age doesn't matter. If you like soccer, you play."
The tournament's winners walked away with cash prizes of S$2,000 and S$1,000.