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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    What milk powder money?
    Who's having a baby? Congratulations!
    Heard Bai Song's wife and ex-national player Li Yujia is pregnant and she couldnt play in the intercon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    Heard Bai Song's wife and ex-national player Li Yujia is pregnant and she couldnt play in the intercon
    I thought it has to be Li Yujia. Isn't it wonderful for the couple? I wish them well.

    Just wonder how Yujia's ex-WD partner is doing. Hope she will be in the family way soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    Heard Bai Song's wife and ex-national player Li Yujia is pregnant and she couldnt play in the intercon
    Yes, Bai Song's wife, ex-national player, Li Yujia gave birth to a baby girl not long ago. Already sent congratulations to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    Yes, Bai Song's wife, ex-national player, Li Yujia gave birth to a baby girl not long ago. Already sent congratulations to them.
    Hope the baby resembles her pretty mother! Not that Bai Song is not handsome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Tomorrow's remaining matches for this round starting 7.30 pm:

    Group 7
    Marsiling vs Canberra

    Canberra bt Marsiling 3-2

    Group 8
    Pasir Ris West vs Paya Lebar

    Paya Lebar bt Pasisr Ris West 3-1

    Punggol South vs Kampong Chai Chee

    Kampong Chai Chee bt Punggol South 3-0
    Updated results 20/4 shown in purple.

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    Scanner, Loh, Sealman, David,
    How's the progress now? Group stage going to end, right? Any team news?

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    Results as at 5th May.
    http://pacsc.org.sg/images/MungoBlob...xtures5may.pdf
    http://www.pacsc.org.sg/images/Mungo...sultsm1-95.pdf

    The group winners have made it to the second round.

    The winners of the losers' pool will be decided tonight and they will also proceed to the second round.

    Balloting for the second round draw will be held tonight after the matches.


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    Default Round 1 Winners Entering Round 2

    Round 1 is over and a draw will be made for R2 tonight.

    Here are the Round 1 winners and their matches lost for their 3 outings:

    1. Yew Tee 0, 0, 0
    2. Pasir Ris East 0, 1, 0
    3. Bedok 0, 1, 0
    4. Yio Chu Kang 0, 1, 0
    5. Sembawang 0, 2, 2
    6. Mounbatten 0, 0, 1
    7. Punggol Central 0, 0, 0
    8. Kampong Chai Chee 0, 0, 2

    From the above analysis, it seems Yew Tee and Punggol Central are the ones to watch as they have not lost any match, unless their previous opponents were relatively weak.

    I understand that Yew Tee has two Indonesian players but what about Punggol Central. Do they also have two foreign players?

    Surprisingly, tank288's favourite team, Sembawang, with two China players just made it through to Round 2 after scrapping through their last two matches.

    Will Yew Tee continue with their winning streak?

    Come along tonight to see things for yourselves.

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    Paya Lebar has 3 Indonesian Players, Changi Simei too has a few, YCK has Steven Oh. Anyone knows anything about Mountbatten, Punggol Central and Marine Parade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Round 1 is over and a draw will be made for R2 tonight.

    Here are the Round 1 winners and their matches lost for their 3 outings:

    1. Yew Tee 0, 0, 0
    2. Pasir Ris East 0, 1, 0
    3. Bedok 0, 1, 0
    4. Yio Chu Kang 0, 1, 0
    5. Sembawang 0, 2, 2
    6. Mounbatten 0, 0, 1
    7. Punggol Central 0, 0, 0
    8. Kampong Chai Chee 0, 0, 2

    From the above analysis, it seems Yew Tee and Punggol Central are the ones to watch as they have not lost any match, unless their previous opponents were relatively weak.

    I understand that Yew Tee has two Indonesian players but what about Punggol Central. Do they also have two foreign players?

    Surprisingly, tank288's favourite team, Sembawang, with two China players just made it through to Round 2 after scrapping through their last two matches.

    Will Yew Tee continue with their winning streak?

    Come along tonight to see things for yourselves.
    Haha... I expect Yew Tee and Sembawang will meet in the final. Then I don't know which team I suppose to support. Haha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    Results as at 5th May.
    http://pacsc.org.sg/images/MungoBlob...xtures5may.pdf
    http://www.pacsc.org.sg/images/Mungo...sultsm1-95.pdf

    The group winners have made it to the second round.

    The winners of the losers' pool will be decided tonight and they will also proceed to the second round.

    Balloting for the second round draw will be held tonight after the matches.
    When can have the schedule for 2nd phase? Will go to watch.

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    When can have the schedule for 2nd phase? Will go to watch.

    GP. A
    - Kg Chai Chee
    - Toa Payoh Ctrl
    - Tanglin-Cairnhill
    - Pasir Ris East
    - Bedok
    - Toa Payoh East
    - Changi-Simei
    - Yio Chu Kang
    Gp. B
    - Sembawang
    - Boon Lay
    - Chua Chu Kang
    - Punggol Ctrl
    - Mountbatten
    - Pasir Ris West
    - Geylang-Serai
    - Yew Tee

    Second round will commence on 11th May '11.
    Looks like bottom half are much stronger, making it exciting from now on.....
    Mountbatten vs P.R. West and Geylang S. vs Yew Tee are matches that I won't miss.

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    Yup. Group B will win it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank2008 View Post
    Haha... I expect Yew Tee and Sembawang will meet in the final. Then I don't know which team I suppose to support. Haha...
    Since these two teams are in the same GP B in the new draw, one of them will be knocked out. It could also be a shock that both will not enter the final if they are eliminated by other opponents.
    Last edited by Loh; 05-07-2011 at 02:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manaboleh View Post
    Paya Lebar has 3 Indonesian Players, Changi Simei too has a few, YCK has Steven Oh. Anyone knows anything about Mountbatten, Punggol Central and Marine Parade?
    I thought only two foreign players are allowed for each team, unless they have become Spore Citizens. I wonder how many teams have Msian players?
    With the foreign players allowed to participate irrespective from which constituency they reside, the competition must be of a much higher standard than before and this makes this year's series more interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Round 1 is over and a draw will be made for R2 tonight.

    Here are the Round 1 winners and their matches lost for their 3 outings:

    1. Yew Tee 0, 0, 0
    2. Pasir Ris East 0, 1, 0
    3. Bedok 0, 1, 0
    4. Yio Chu Kang 0, 1, 0
    5. Sembawang 0, 2, 2

    6. Mounbatten 0, 0, 1
    7. Punggol Central 0, 0, 0
    8. Kampong Chai Chee 0, 0, 2

    From the above analysis, it seems Yew Tee and Punggol Central are the ones to watch as they have not lost any match, unless their previous opponents were relatively weak.

    I understand that Yew Tee has two Indonesian players but what about Punggol Central. Do they also have two foreign players?

    Surprisingly, tank288's favourite team, Sembawang, with two China players just made it through to Round 2 after scrapping through their last two matches.

    Will Yew Tee continue with their winning streak?

    Gp. B
    - Sembawang
    - Boon Lay
    - Chua Chu Kang
    - Punggol Ctrl
    - Mountbatten
    - Pasir Ris West
    - Geylang-Serai
    - Yew Tee

    .
    Another look at Group B revealed that Punggol Central is another strong team competing against Yew Tee and Sembawang. Mountbatten and Yio Chu Kang are no pushovers as well.

    It would appear Group B is a very tough group and the teams cannot afford to field their "substitutes" if they want to win.
    Last edited by Loh; 05-07-2011 at 04:33 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scanner View Post
    Dear all,

    I have a malaysian player who is interested to play. He would like to play
    Intecon this year.Age 30 plus, pr holder. Advance standard. Any team in
    need of player please text 90684391. Thank you very much.

    Cheers
    Mr Scanner, where did your Msian friend go to? Did he manage to join a team with another strong Msian player as well? Did his team enter R2 as the group winner?

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