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    Quote Originally Posted by limsy View Post
    expect a japan vs thailand final in ws
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    as expected

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    The Lee Chong Wei [1]-vs-Tommy Sugiarto [3] match

    Game 1
    LCW-TS: 09-11 (Interval at the 11th minute)
    LCW-TS: 21-18 (Game over at the 23rd minute)

    Game 2
    LCW-TS: 11-07 (Interval at the 33rd minute)
    LCW-TS: 21-18 (Match over at the 45th minute)
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    Without watching the match, I daresay Lee CW played at 80% level to take out Tommy. Tomorrow he may have to up a little to make sure Sony doesn't rattle him. (Sorry,I jump the gun assuming it's going to be Sony).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miqilin7 View Post
    Unfortunately your players from SIN are not local or true blue Singaporeans......only Derek Wong and Ashton Chen...
    Ah, but it makes not much difference where you are born, so long as you are willing to place your allegiance to SIN and work for the country's best interest. There are local born who contributed little or nothing and some even disgraced the country with their actions and wrong doings.

    It is no secret that SIN is a migrant society. Our forefathers were all from overseas and they worked hard to make SIN what it is today. Many leaders of even modern SIN who are involved in many facets of our economy and society are not local born. They are our foreign
    talents long before we even started our foreign sports talents scheme. Derek, Ashton and
    others should be thankful that they have foreign players and coaches to help them upgrade their game.

    We will continue to take in foreign talents to help us in our endeavours . We are competing against the world, not just local borns in any particular country.

    What about you? Were you born in the UK? What about your parents and forefathers?
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    Yes! Chooi/Ow won 21-16 in the rubber! They are in their first GP Gold final!
    We must thank nokh88 for giving them our support!

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    Can someone update the scores from both XD matches? Thanks.

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    Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying are pretty out of form, carried over from last week's India Open. The INA pair was too intimidated at the beginning, making simple errors, giving the Malaysians a huge 18-9 lead. After they settled though, they really gave some tense moments before the Malaysians finally closed it out 21-18.

    Let's see if the INA pair can continue playing like how they played at the end of the 1st game...

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    Can someone update the scores from both XD matches? Thanks.
    CPS/GLY 21-18 Riky/Dili
    Irfan/Weni 17-16 Danny/Vanessa, after coming back from 6-16

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Ah, but it makes not much difference where you are born, so long as you are willing to place your allegiance to SIN and work for the country's best interest. There are local born who contributed little or nothing and some even disgraced the country with their actions and wrong doings.

    It is no secret that SIN is a migrant society, our forefathers were all from overseas and they worked hard to make SIN what it is today. Many leaders of even modern SIN who are involved in many facets of our economy and society are not local born. They are our foreign talents long before we even started our foreign sports talents scheme.
    Right,you said it so well,I was waiting for you to respond knowing you would. The situation for tiny Singapore is unique and our solutions equally so and,most importantly, they work for us. Bear in mind,these players came to Singapore at a very young age, as young as 13 as in Xing Aiying's case. What have China taught them other than some basic strokes? Their formative years and training are all done in Singapore and therefore they are practically a Singapore product. Don't suppose China will ever let their talented 16/17-yr-olds come here,hardly. It's a well-known historical fact Singapore is a migrant country which explains our multi-ethnic,multi-cultural society that gives us our special strengths and creativity to become what we are today. We don't have the population size to provide a critical mass, so what do we do? Import foreign talents (I'm talking about badminton here,also applies to table-tennis, the economy is more complicated than that) selectively,carefully,provide them the best facilities,resources,environment,conditions to grow,develop and integrate...need I say more? Uncle Loh has presented the case so well in another thread before, those interested might like to read it here http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...dminton-Player
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    Sin vs INA 22 all
    INA vs Msia 9-6

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    Irfan/Weni won 1st set 24-22

    CPS/GLY catch up from 1-7 down, now is 9-11

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    Riky is pretty impressive. Giving CPS/GLY a hard time with his smash placements and fast to come forward to the net for the interception.

    Irfan/Weni... nothing short to say of an amazing comeback from 7-16 down to win 24-22 in G1.

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    Irfan/Weni leading 4-2
    CPS/GLY level 12-12

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    Irfan/Weni still lead 7-5
    CPS/GLY came back from 1-7 down to leading 16-14 now, just like the other INA pair.

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    Irfan/Weni leading 11-5
    CPS/GLY went forward, now 18-15

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    CPS/GLY in finals, 21-18 21-18
    Looks like Irfan/Weni will be joining them soon, 14-6, 14-8 now

    Badmania, Ricky/Richi supposed to be better right?

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    Once GLY got back into the game INA pair just couldn't get the initiative to attack. CPS/GLY win 21-18; 21-18.
    They will probably meet Irfan/Weni in the final as the INA pair lead 14-8 now.

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    it would be a great news for chooi/ow if fuzzy beat koo/tan
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    then they will surely won their 1st gp gold title

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