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DAY 8

SRI LANKA 63 – 53 SINGAPORE

Final

Umpires: Tania Fink, Cory Nicholls, Kwan Yee Tang (reserve)

Sri Lanka came into the Final unbeaten throughout the whole competition as they claimed a comfortable 67 – 49 victory when the sides met earlier in the week.

The atmosphere in the stadium was electric as a sold-out venue roared on the hosts, Singapore. Singapore were forcing Sri Lanka to play backwards in the early stages and were stopping them from getting into positions to feed their shooters as they raced into a 9 – 4 lead. Singapore looked fluid in attack with their goal shooter holding her space well, and their goal attack working the space around her. The score at the first quarter break was Sri Lanka 13 – 19 Singapore. 

Sri Lanka forced an immediate held ball from the first Singapore centre pass of the quarter and converted from this, however, Singapore were dominating in centre court claiming turnovers and working the ball down the court with precision and speed. However, Singapore then began to force the ball into the circle as their confidence grew, which the Sri Lanka circle defence were able to intercept, as they fought back well to reduce the Singapore lead. At half-time the score was Sri Lanka 27 – 30 Singapore. 

Singapore started the second half well as they were putting immense pressure on each Sri Lanka centre pass as they extended their lead, but Sri Lanka fought back immediately with their own defence causing problems for the Singapore attack as they were pulled for held ball more than once. Sri Lanka then took the lead with seven minutes left in the quarter as Singapore looked to their bench to try and shift the momentum, but with 15 minutes left the score was Sri Lanka 46 – 38 Singapore. 

Singapore came out fighting in the final quarter with the crowd trying to encourage the Singapore side by creating an intense atmosphere. But the Sri Lanka circle defence were capitalising on any mistake made by Singapore, and in attack Sri Lanka were patiently working the ball into areas where they could then confidently feed their goal shooter. It was a composed final quarter display by Sri Lanka who dealt with the pressure applied by the crowd well with the final score Sri Lanka 63 – 53 Singapore. 

Congratulations to Sri Lanka who finish 1st and unbeaten throughout the competition. Singapore finish 2nd. 

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HONG KONG 42 – 54 MALAYSIA

3rd/4th Place Play-Off 

Umpires: Nigel Lim, Joan Yuliani, Sylvia Lim (reserve)

The third place play-off saw Hong Kong take on Malaysia with Malaysia taking the lead 55 – 46 when the sides met earlier in the week. The match started at a fast pace with neither team making any mistakes meaning that the scores were level. However, Malaysia then began to control proceedings as they forced Hong Kong to play inaccurate passes creating turnovers, and they were transitioning well from defence into attack. Hong Kong fought back well and started to grow in confidence, at the first quarter break the score was Hong Kong 14 – 17 Malaysia.

Just like in the first quarter, Malaysia started the better out of the two teams as unforced errors were costing Hong Kong. But Hong Kong kept on fighting and often would win the ball back immediately after giving it away as both teams were claiming turnovers. In the final few minutes of the quarter, a footwork call followed by an attacking contact call against Malaysia gave Hong Kong a flurry of goals with the half-time score Hong Kong 27 – 30 Malaysia.

The second half had a scrappy start with errors from both teams meaning that the game was end-to-end, however few goals were scored. Hong Kong’s confidence began to lift as they drew the scores level with seven minutes remaining in the quarter, with their centre-court players working good angles around the circle edge. Malaysia were causing their own problems in attack with numerous contact and offside calls, and it was their defensive through-court play keeping them in the match. A strong final few minutes for Malaysia meant they had the lead with the score 36 – 43.

Malaysia knew that they just needed to convert from their own centre pass to win this match, and they started the match doing just that whilst also claiming turnovers in their defensive end meaning they extended their lead. It was a composed final quarter by Malaysia who didn’t allow Hong Kong to gather any momentum with the final score Hong Kong 42 – 54 Malaysia.

Hong Kong finish in 4th place and Malaysia finish in 3rd.

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BRUNEI 51 – 42 MALDIVES

6th/7th Place Play-Off

Umpires: Jessica Teng, Yu Bee Ling, Regina Wong (reserve)

The second match of the day saw Brunei take on Maldives to determine who finished in 6th and 7th place, and it was Brunei who took the victory 50 – 40 when they met earlier in the competition. 

Brunei had a great start to the match as they raced into a 7 – 1 lead after five minutes. Brunei were working the ball into the circle with accuracy and their shooters often played the shooter-to-shooter ball to get the ball as close to the post as possible. It was a dominant quarter for Brunei with the score 16 – 7 at the break.

The second quarter had a scrappy start with both teams lacking accuracy in their passing which allowed the opposing team to intercept and disrupt their play. Maldives then began to capitalise on Brunei’s complacency and reduced the Maldives lead to just one goal with two minutes remaining, before a succession of Brunei goals gave them a 25 – 20 lead at half-time.

Brunei had a confident start to the second half with the Brunei defensive pressure forcing Maldives into mistakes such as mishandling the ball, in attack, the Brunei shooters looked confident shooting from all areas of the circle and would often utilise a step to shoot off one leg but be closer to the post. A dominant quarter from Brunei gave them a 39 – 29 lead with just 15 minutes remaining. 

Maldives knew it would be a challenge to turn around a 10-goal deficit in just 15 minutes, and they struggled to gather any momentum with Brunei clinical off their centre pass. Maldives kept fighting and their shooting remained accurate, however it was Brunei who claimed the victory with the full-time score Brunei 51 – 42 Maldives.

This result meant that Brunei finish 6th and Maldives finish 7th.

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CHINESE TAIPEI 71 – 27 JAPAN

9th/10th Place Play-Off

Umpires: Eranga Sithara, Nattampon Namta, Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman (reserve)

The first match of Day 8 was to determine who finished 9th and 10th, and it was an even start with both sides converting from their centre pass in the first five minutes. Japan were playing patiently and were happy to work the ball backwards before going forwards, but Chinese Taipei then began to shut down the space and create turnovers, meaning the score at the first quarter break was Chinese Taipei 18 – 9 Japan.

Chinese Taipei started the second quarter with the momentum and looking to build on their lead and they did just that, as their circle defence limited Japan’s opportunities on goal, and they looked fluid in attack. At half-time the score was Chinese Taipei 37 – 14. 

Chinese Taipei continued to dominate the match and did not show any signs of complacency as they accurately worked the ball to their goal shooter, who had a significant height advantage in the circle. Japan did not let their heads drop though and continued to look busy and create occasional problems for Chinese Taipei, however at the third quarter break Chinese Taipei led 54 – 21. 

The match continued to follow a similar pattern as the first three quarters with Chinese Taipei working the ball through the court with speed and confidently feeding their shooters. Japan had periods of play where they worked the ball with speed and accuracy themselves, however they lacked consistency with the full-time score Chinese Taipei 71 – 27 Japan.

The result meant that Japan finish in 10th place and Chinese Taipei 9th place. 

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FINAL PLACINGS

PositionTeam Name
1stSri Lanka
2ndSingapore
3rdMalaysia
4thHong Kong
5thPhilippines
6thBrunei
7thMaldives
8thIndia
9thChinese Taipei
10thJapan

DAY 7

SINGAPORE 54 – 41 MALAYSIA

Umpires: Tania Fink, Cory Nicholls, Eranga Sithara (reserve)

The second Semi-Final of the day was also a repeat of the match on Thursday which saw Singapore claim a convincing victory against Malaysia. The winner of this match knew that they would claim the second spot to the Netball World Cup 2023 in Cape Town South Africa. 

The teams looked nervous in the very early stages with both teams making unforced errors, however they then began to settle with both sides converting from their own centre pass. A misplaced Singapore pass gave Malaysia a slender two-goal advantage midway through the quarter, but the Singapore circle defensive pressure got their reward and brought their side back level with five minutes remaining and into the lead at the break with the score Singapore 13 – 11 Malaysia. 

A mishandled ball by Malaysia off the very first centre pass of the second quarter gave Singapore the start they wanted as they extended their lead. The Singapore team were defending as one unit and challenging for every ball, which was forcing the Malaysia side into mistakes as any inaccurate pass was being capitalised on. It was a dominant quarter by Singapore meaning they went into half-time leading 28 – 18. 

Malaysia started the second half much better, as they made Singapore play backwards and eventually forced them into errors, as they scored the first four goals of the quarter. Malaysia claimed three turnovers in the first five minutes, as they reduced the Singapore lead to four goals with momentum shifting in the match. As Malaysia’s confidence grew, they started to feel more comfortable feeding their goal shooter from distance, with the score at the third quarter break Singapore 36 – 33 Malaysia, after a dominant quarter from Malaysia. 

The break is what Singapore needed to stop Malaysia’s momentum, as they started the final quarter well scoring the first six goals of the quarter. The Singapore attack were playing more patiently, with their shooters looking to take shots from all areas of the circle and were scoring them. The atmosphere was electric in the stadium as a dominant final quarter display from Singapore gave them the victory with the score Singapore 54 – 41 Malaysia. 

Congratulations to Singapore who will now be invited by World Netball to compete at the Netball World Cup 2023 after reaching the Final of the Netball World Cup Qualifier Asia. 

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SRI LANKA 67 – 43 HONG KONG

Umpires: Nigel Lim, Joan Yuliani, Jessica Teng (reserve)

This was the first Semi-Final of the tournament and a repeat of the match on Thursday which saw Sri Lanka claim a 62- 51 victory. The teams had contrasting styles in attack with Hong Kong playing with lots of movement, whereas Sri Lanka played with a static holding goal shooter. 

There was no margin for error for Hong Kong in attack, as Sri Lanka were working the ball to goal relatively easily, meaning any mistake resulted in a goal for Sri Lanka. Hong Kong were struggling to work the ball into shooting positions with Sri Lanka closing down all available space. At the first quarter break, the score was Sri Lanka 17 – 7 Hong Kong.

Whilst Hong Kong looked like they had more speed around the court, they were lacking accuracy in their passes in the first half, which allowed Sri Lanka to extend their lead. Meanwhile, Sri Lanka were accurately feeding their goal shooter, who had a significant height advantage, and she was converting with precision. At half-time the score was Sri Lanka 32 – 16 Hong Kong. 

Sri Lanka continued to dominate proceedings in the third quarter with Hong Kong finding it really difficult to get the ball through the court and to their shooters, with the Sri Lanka defensive pressure forcing Hong Kong into errors. Sri Lanka looked unstoppable in attack as they worked each centre pass to goal without allowing Hong Kong any opportunities to intercept. With 15 minutes left in the match the score was Sri Lanka 47 – 25 Hong Kong. 

Hong Kong moved their goal keeper to goal shooter for the final quarter, as they looked to have a strong finish to the match, whilst Sri Lanka also made several changes to their side giving more of their squad court time. The changes to the Sri Lanka side didn’t disrupt their flow as they patiently worked the ball through the court until there was an opportunity to feed their goal shooter as they rarely forced the ball in. Hong Kong kept fighting and working hard, however it was another win for Sri Lanka with the full-time score 67 – 43.

Congratulations to Sri Lanka who will now be invited by World Netball to compete at the Netball World Cup 2023 after reaching the Final of the Netball World Cup Qualifier Asia. 

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INDIA 47 – 33 CHINESE TAIPEI

Umpires: Nattampon Namta, Yu Bee Ling, Regina Wong (reserve)

The second match of Day 7 saw India face Chinese Taipei with India taking the lead by just four goals when the sides faced each other earlier in the week. 

India started the match well, claiming a few interceptions in defence, but not always able to claim the loose balls, which gave Chinese Taipei second chances to get the ball into shooting positions. Both teams had patches of good play, however, lacked consistency to produce this over a long period of time, but it was India who had a slender lead going into the first break with the score India 13 – 9 Chinese Taipei. 

Chinese Taipei made changes for the second quarter, whilst India switched their shooters with the goal shooter moving to goal attack and the goal attack moving to goal shooter. Both teams looked to have settled at the start of this quarter with both sides converting from their own centre pass, however, Chinese Taipei then had a flurry of goals as they worked the ball to the circle edge and into their shooters with precision to draw the scores level halfway through the quarter. Chinese Taipei could have had the lead, but unforced errors gave India the opportunity to take the lead with the half-time score India 23 – 22 Chinese Taipei.

More changes were made to both teams at the start of the second half and it was Chinese Taipei that looked more fluid in the first few minutes as they worked the ball well from defence through to attack finding the space well. However, India then scored six goals with no reply to go into a six-goal lead with just five minutes remaining in the quarter. Chinese Taipei just couldn’t get the ball close to the post with great pressure from India, as Chinese Taipei only managed to score five goals this quarter. At the break, the score was India 34 – 27 Chinese Taipei.

India continued with the momentum at the start of the final quarter as they raced into a 10-goal lead. The India centre court players were rotating the ball around the circle edge well, creating good angles to be able to confidently feed their shooters who were clinical on their shot. It was a dominant second-half display from India with the full-time score India 47 – 33 Chinese Taipei.

This means that India finish 8th, and Chinese Taipei will face Japan tomorrow to determine who finishes 9th and 10th. 

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PHILIPPINES 42 – 38 BRUNEI

Umpires: Jessica Teng, Kwan Yee Tang, Sylvia Lim (reserve)

The last time these sides faced each other it was the Philippines that claimed victory but by just three goals, so this match was expected to be a tight affair. It was the defence of both teams that were seeing success in the early stages, with it taking two minutes for a goal to be scored. It was a very even start, as predicted, with the intensity increasing throughout the quarter, however, both teams were struggling to find their flow in attack with the score at the first quarter break Philippines 9 – 10 Brunei. 

A couple of missed shots at the start of the second quarter by Brunei allowed Philippines to race into a four-goal lead. Philippines seemed to have found their rhythm and were working the ball fluidly from defence to attack, with their shooters rotating the circle well and providing options for their centre court. However, Brunei also began to find their flow through the court as the quarter went on and didn’t allow Philippines to race away with the quarter. At half-time, the score was Philippines 21 – 18 Brunei. 

Brunei made changes for the second half in order to try and change the momentum of the match, but the early stages of the quarter were relatively scrappy with the half-time break seeming to disrupt both sides. Philippines then started to regain control, with their defensive unit applying tight man-on-man defence, which was making it challenging for Brunei to work attempts on goal. At the third quarter break, Philippines had extended their lead slightly with the score 32 – 27. 

Brunei came out fighting in the final quarter as they reduced the Philippines lead to just one goal within the first three minutes. The Brunei through-court defensive pressure seemed to increase significantly in the final quarter, as they made it hard for Philippines to get the ball down the court. However, Philippines kept their composure and dealt with the Brunei pressure well with the full-time score Philippines 42 – 38 Brunei.

This result means that Philippines finish in 5th place. 

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DAY 6

SINGAPORE 56 – 43 MALAYSIA

Umpires: Tania Fink, Cory Nicholls, Eranga Sithara (reserve)

The stadium had really filled up for the final match of the day which saw Singapore face Malaysia, with the sides knowing they will also face each other in the semi-finals on Saturday. The reach of the Singapore circle defence was causing Malaysia problems as they seemed to be getting tips on a lot of passes, and Singapore were transitioning well through the court. At the first quarter break, Singapore had a slender lead with the score 16 – 10. 

Singapore seemed to have so much energy throughout the court with their centre making interceptions in their defensive third and providing assists in their attacking third, but Malaysia were keeping within reach of Singapore, with the score at half-time Singapore 30 – 22 Malaysia. 

The first five minutes of the second half went goal for goal as both sides converted from their centre pass. A scrappy period of play then followed with both teams giving the ball away, but Singapore regained control of proceedings, with their defensive unit working tirelessly. With 15 minutes remaining the score was Singapore 41 – 32 Malaysia. 

Malaysia were being made to work extremely hard to get the ball through the thirds and to their shooters and they began to tire resulting in misplaced passes which Singapore were intercepting. However, Malaysia had a strong finish to the match as their defence were forcing long range shots from Singapore. Full-time score Singapore 56 – 43 Malaysia.

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SRI LANKA 62 – 51 HONG KONG

Umpires: Yu Bee Ling, Joan Yuliani, Nigel Lim (reserve)

Sri Lanka were the only team who remained unbeaten as they took to the court to face Hong Kong in the third match of Day 6.

In the first quarter the Sri Lanka circle defence were making it extremely hard for the Hong Kong shooters to get the ball, as they were closing down all available space, which meant Hong Kong were only able to score two goals in the first six minutes. At the other end of the court, Sri Lanka were working the ball to the circle edge before feeding with the score at the first break Sri Lanka 20 – 9 Hong Kong.

Hong Kong started the second quarter much better, as they began to stop the Sri Lanka centre court players from hitting the circle edge, and forced them to feed the ball from further out, which gave Hong Kong more chance of intercepting. They were also much more patient with their play in attack and only lost the quarter by four goals, with the half-time score Sri Lanka 37 – 22 Hong Kong.

Hong Kong continued to grow into the match in the second half, and after five minutes, they had raced into a 7 – 2 quarter lead, with their goal keeper securing two turnovers for her side. The Hong Kong circle defence were bringing their side back into the contest with the score at the third quarter break Sri Lanka 48 – 38 Hong Kong. 

Hong Kong were forced into an early change at the start of the final quarter and it disrupted their flow initially, but they came back strong again as they worked good angles around the circle edge in attack and their shooting was clinical. Unfortunately for Hong Kong it was the first quarter that let them down, with the full-time score Sri Lanka 62 – 51 Hong Kong, meaning Sri Lanka finish the second round unbeaten. 

Sri Lanka will face Hong Kong in the semi-finals on Saturday. 

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MALDIVES 40 – 50 BRUNEI

Umpires: Sylvia Lim, Kwan Yee Tang, Jessica Teng (reserve)

The second match of the day had an evan start with both teams making turnovers causing end-to-end action. It was the defence of both teams who were on top during the first quarter making it relatively low scoring. At the first break the score was Maldives 10 – 9 Brunei. 

In the second quarter, both teams had good passages of play, but consistency was lacking as the match ebbed and flowed. Brunei’s goal defence claimed some great interceptions, however misplaced Brunei passes was allowing Maldives back into the game. At half-time the score was even at 21 – 21. 

Maldives had a great start to the second half scoring the first three goals of the quarter, however Brunei replied instantly and went into the lead midway through the quarter. The Brunei fans were making themselves heard as they roared their team on, but a late surge of goals from Maldives meant that the score at the third quarter break was Maldives 33 – 34 Brunei. 

Both teams looked like they could feel the pressure in the final quarter, with the ball being forced into the shooting circle by both teams and consequently going off the backline. It was Brunei who scored the first four goals of this quarter, and from then to the final whistle played steady and accurate netball with the full-time score Maldives 40 – 50 Brunei.

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JAPAN 16 – 96 CHINESE TAIPEI

Umpires: Regina Wong, Nattampon Namta,  Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman (reserve)

The first match of Day 6 saw Japan take on Chinese Taipei with both sides still looking for their first win of the tournament.

Chinese Taipei had a clear height advantage in their shooting circle and they were making it count, with their goal shooter holding nicely and converting for her team, whilst Japan were finding it challenging getting the ball to their shooters and lacked precision when it did get there. At the first quarter break, the score was Japan 4 – 30 Chinese Taipei. 

The Chinese Taipei defence were shutting down the space well, meaning that Japan were often having to play the ball backwards, whilst in attack, they were feeding their goal shooter directly from the centre third. At half-time the score was Japan 8 – 57 Chinese Taipei. 

A number of changes were made by Chinese Taipei for the second half, and despite them not having the height in the circle anymore, they were still working the ball to their shooters with ease as their centre pass set-ups were working well. At the end of the third quarter, the score was Japan 10 – 79 Chinese Taipei. 

The match continued to follow a similar pattern with Chinese Taipei claiming their first win of the tournament with the full-time score Japan 16 – 96 Chinese Taipei. 

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DAY 5

SRI LANKA 67 – 49 SINGAPORE

Umpires: Tania Fink, Cory Nicholls, Nattampon Namta (reserve) 

Sri Lanka and Singapore were the only two teams who remained unbeaten in the competition when they came head-to-head in the final match of Day 5.

The game had a high intensity from the first whistle with both goal keepers getting interceptions meaning the scoreline was level at the halfway stage. Sri Lanka were forcing the ball into their goal shooter which was being cut off by the Singapore defence, but margins were fine and a couple of missed Singapore shots meant the score at the first quarter break was Sri Lanka 15 – 11 Singapore. 

Sri Lanka looked more clinical in attack at the start of the second quarter as they made their height advantage count. A missed Singapore shot, followed by their centre going offside, allowed Sri Lanka to extend their lead to 10 with nine minutes still remaining in the quarter. Singapore looked to their bench to shift the momentum and it improved their attacking end but at half-time the score was Sri Lanka 36 – 26 Singapore. 

The match followed a similar pattern to that of the first half, as Sri Lanka continued to convert off their centre passes and the Sri Lanka circle defence were claiming turnovers as they extended their lead. With 15 minutes remaining the scoreline was Sri Lanka 53 – 48 Singapore. 

Singapore kept fighting in the final 15 minutes and the match felt closer than the scoreline suggested. Sri Lanka won each quarter by a small margin which meant the final score was Sri Lanka 67 – 49 Singapore

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MALAYSIA 55 – 46 HONG KONG

Umpires: Nigel Lim, Jessica Teng, Yu Bee Ling (reserve)

Both Malaysia and Hong Kong suffered narrow defeats in their matches yesterday, so were looking to make amends today. 

The match was being played at a high intensity with Malaysia claiming a small advantage due to a great interception by their wing attack, but it was soon cancelled out by an interception from the Hong Kong goal attack to draw the sides level. Malaysia were struggling to get free at centre passes with Hong Kong claiming two turnovers directly from it. At the first quarter break the score was Malaysia 10 – 14 Hong Kong.

At the start of the second quarter both sides were working it to their shooters nicely, however Hong Kong were more clinical under the post. Both teams defence were claiming interceptions, but they were failing to convert from these chances. At half-time the score was Malaysia 21 – 25 Hong Kong.

Malaysia had a great start to the second half with their circle defence working together to force Hong Kong into mistakes as they drew level with just three minutes played in this quarter, and went on to score the first six goals. Malaysia dominated this quarter with their attack in full flow as they created several options for each pass. At the third quarter break the scoreline was Malaysia 37 – 36 Hong Kong.

As per the third quarter, Malaysia started the better after the break as they scored the first four goals of the quarter with no reply, but Hong Kong began to get rewards for the pressure they were putting on throughout the court as the score drew level yet again. It was Malaysia that dealt with the situation better as they raced into the lead and claimed a hard-fought 55 – 46 victory.

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CHINESE TAIPEI 43 – 47 INDIA

Umpires: Kwan Yee Tang, Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman, Regina Wong (reserve)

India will have been keen to start this match well after a dominant performance against Japan yesterday, however it was an even start with nothing to separate the sides in the first half of the quarter. Both sides were working the ball to goal off their own centre pass, before a great interception by Chinese Taipei with one minute left on the clock gave them a slender lead at the first break with the score 12 – 10.

Both sides were struggling with their discipline at the start of the second quarter with all defensive players being pulled up regularly. India then began to lose discipline in attack which allowed Chinese Taipei to take a quarter score lead with quick attacking play. At half-time the score was Chinese Taipei 24 – 21 India.

India started the second half well as they drew the score level in the first five minutes of the quarter, but Chinese Taipei soon regained their lead. India came back fighting yet again and a held ball call followed by a footwork call against Chinese Taipei allowed India to take the lead momentarily. At the third quarter break it was 33 – 33. 

In the final quarter it was a real battle out on court, as both teams were desperate for the win. India were being extremely patient with their attacking play ensuring no mistakes were made and they went into a four goal lead with five minutes left. India kept their composure and sealed a great win having been down at half time, with the full-time score 47 – 43.

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BRUNEI 37 – 40 PHILIPPINES

Umpires: Joan Yuliani, Eranga Sithara, Sylvia Lim (reserve)

Philippines came into this match after a battling victory against Maldives the previous day, whilst Brunei had a rest day due to Thailand having to withdraw from the competition due to medical reasons. 

Philippines had opportunities early in the match to take a lead as Brunei were mishandling the ball and making unforced errors, however their shooters were lacking accuracy under the post. Brunei then had chances themselves to gain an advantage but offside calls and missed shots meant that it was the Philippines who had a slender lead at the first break with the score 11 – 7.

It took until the halfway point for a team to mark their authority in this quarter, and it was the Philippines, as they started to capitalise on their defensive efforts with more precise play in attack. But, in the final few minutes, Brunei started to look more comfortable, converting from missed Philippines attempts, with the half-time score Brunei 17 – 20 Philippines. 

The match continued to be low scoring at the start of the second half with both sides looking tired and making footwork and replayed ball errors through the court. Philippines then changed personnel in attack, which seemed to free up space in the goal third, but it was all still to play for in the final quarter with the score at the third quarter break Brunei 25 – 31 Philippines.

Brunei knew that they had to increase the intensity if they wanted to overturn the Philippines lead, and they started to build some momentum as a Philippines centre pass was misplaced allowing Brunei to reduce the gap to just two goals with three minutes remaining. However, Philippines dealt with the pressure well and secured another victory, with the full-time score Brunei 37 – 40 Philippines.

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Following the end of the preliminary and second round, here are the new groupings for the Netball World Cup Qualifiers – Asia: 

Due to medical reasons Thailand have withdrawn from the competition. 

Here is the new schedule for the competition following the new groupings:

DAY 4

SINGAPORE 56 – 46 HONG KONG

Umpires: Tania Fink, Cory Nicholls, Eranga Sithara (reserve)

Both sides came into the final match of Day 4 unbeaten and they looked confident in the early stages. Singapore started the match the better with their circle defence turning over ball and they were transitioning fluidly through the court and converting. However, Hong Kong came back well in the final five minutes with turnovers themselves with the score after the first 15 minutes Singapore 13 – 11 Hong Kong.

The break seemed to help Singapore as they regrouped and secured a six-goal lead in the first half of the quarter with the atmosphere getting louder by the second. Hong Kong began to settle again, as they did in the first quarter, and despite Singapore challenging for every ball, Hong Kong were able to work the ball to post accurately with their shooters converting. At half-time Singapore had kept their two-goal lead with the score 26-24.

The third quarter started in the same fashion as the first two with Singapore flying out of the blocks as they scored the first five goals of the quarter. Hong Kong began to force the ball into their shooters which was allowing the Singapore defence to intercept as Singapore produced a dominant third quarter with the scoreline Singapore 44 – 33 Hong Kong at the break.

The final quarter started evenly with both sides converting from their centre pass, however, Hong Kong seemed to grow in confidence as time went on and ended up winning the quarter by one goal, but the third quarter proved costly for them with the full-time score Singapore 56 – 46 Hong Kong. 

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MALAYSIA 53 – 55 SRI LANKA

Umpires: Yu Bee Ling, Joan Yuliani, Nigel Lim (reserve)

The third match of Day 4 saw two unbeaten sides come head-to-head as Malaysia faced Sri Lanka. The match had a great intensity to it from the very first whistle as Malaysia gained a 6 – lead after five minutes. The Malaysia defence were forcing Sri Lanka into mistakes before they were able to look to feed the circle, with Malaysia claiming a 15 – 13 lead at the break.

Sri Lanka came out firing in the second quarter as they swiftly took a one-goal lead. Malaysia were having to work extremely hard to get the ball to their shooters with every ball being contested, meanwhile Sri Lanka seemed to be working the ball through court with more freedom. Malaysia looked determined though and came back fighting with the half-time score 30 – 30.

It was a real battle out there with both teams taking the lead at different stages and converting off each others centre passes. Sri Lanka had a strong finish to the quarter as they seemed to nullify Malaysia’s attacknig threat with the latter only scoring eight goals that quarter. With 15 minutes left the score was Malaysia 38 – 45 Sri Lanka.

Malaysia created early turnovers in the final quarter and claimed an early lead to reduce the deficit slightly, and they kept the pressure on as they managed to reduce Sri Lanka’s lead to just two goals. However, they ran out of time with Sri Lanka claiming the win in a thrilling match. Full-time score Malaysia 53 – 55 Sri Lanka. 

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BRUNEI VS THAILAND

Umpires: Nigel Lim, Eranga Sithara, Kwan Yee Tang (reserve)

Match was cancelled with Thailand forfeiting due to medical reasons.

PHILIPPINES 59 – 41 MALDIVES

Umpires: Jessica Teng, Nattampon Namta, Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman (reserve)

The second match of Day 4 was Philippines against Maldives with both teams having won one match prior to this. The teams looked evenly matched in the early stages with both creating turnovers, however failing to convert from them. Philippines began to work some good angles through the court with their centre court platers regularly hitting the circle edge. At the first quarter break, Philippines led 12 – 7.

Maldives had opportunities to reduce the Philippines lead in the early stages of the second quarter, but they lacked accuracy in their ball placement through the court, as Philippines exended their lead with the half-time score Philippines 27 – 15 Maldives. 

There was nothing to separate the sides at the start of the second half with the score 6 – 6 at the halfway point. Philippines increased the defensive pressure as mistakes started to creep into the Maldives game. With 15 minutes to go the score was Philippines 46 – 23 Maldives.

It was Maldvies who started the final quarter the better out of the two sides as they raced into an 8 – 4 quarter lead after five minutes. Maldives seemed to have found their attacking flow and dominated the final quarter, but unfortunately, it was all too late with the final score Philippines 59 – 21 Maldives.

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INDIA 79 – 14 JAPAN

Umpires: Sylvia Lim, Regina Wong, Joan Yuliani (reserve)

Both teams were looking for their first win as India faced Japan to begin Day 4 at the Netball World Cup Qualifiers – Asia. India had a strong start to the match as they quickly went into a 4-0 lead, however, Japan started to show signs of confidence and were patiently working the ball through the court with just their ball placement letting them down at times.

India were happy to feed their shooters from a long distance and it was proving successful with the first quarter score India 16 – 3 Japan.

India continued to make their height advantage count in the second quarter as again they regularly fed their shooters from the centre third. The game felt closer than the score line suggested as Japan were showing signs of good play, however, were unable to create opportunities to shoot as India’s circle defence seemed to cover all space. At half-time the score was India 38 – 6 Japan.

Japan started the second half well as their defensive pressure stopped India from scoring a goal for the first two minutes of the quarter, but India then began to settle into the quarter with their new combinations working well. At the third quarter break India led 60 – 9.

In the final quarter, Japan kept fighting despite the score line and reached double figures in the early minutes, and they then went on to score their highest number of goals in a quarter during this match. However, it was India that claimed their first win of the tournament with a strong performance. Full-time score India 79 – 14 Japan.

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DAY 3

PHILIPPINES 37 – 99 SRI LANKA 

Umpires: Nigel Lim, Kwan Yea Tang and Sylvia Lim (reserve)

In the final match of day 3 and the final match of the preliminary round, Philippines took on Sri Lanka with both teams coming into the match off the back of victories over India but by two very different margins; Philippines won by just 4 goals, whilst Sri Lanka won by 88.

Sri Lanka went on a goal scoring flurry in the opening minutes, scoring six consecutive goals before Philippines were able to net one.

However, the score didn’t reflect the play as the Philippines did have many opportunities to score but just failed to convert their shots and Sri Lanka then claimed the rebounds and capitalised off their missed chances to lead 5 – 27 at the first break.

In the final 5-minutes of the second quarter the Philippines showed glimmers of excellent play bringing the ball through the middle channel of the court and into the shooting circle with great timing scoring 11 goals compared to the 5 they scored in the first 15-minutes; however, it wasn’t enough to catch Sri Lanka who got off to a firing start.

Sri Lanka continued to control the match in the second half, using their last preliminary round match as a time to try different combinations and set plays on court whilst also extending their lead to 25 -79 with 15-minutes remaining.

In the final 15-minutes, Sri Lanka fell just short of another 100 goal tally as they beat Philippines 37 – 99.

JAPAN 21 – 56 MALDIVES 

Umpires: Jessica Teng, Bee Ling Yu, and Cory Nicholls (reserve)

Both teams entered this match looking for their first win, and that was clear from the start as the score line remained close in the opening minutes.

However, as the first quarter progressed it was the Maldives that grew in confidence, controlling the game and taking a 10-goal lead into the first break.

Strong defence from the Maldives lead to Japan having to use a lot of backwards options in the second quarter and often being called for held ball as they failed to find their players within three seconds.

The Maldives on the other hand started to move with ease through the court, capitalising off Japan’s errors and extending their lead to 7 – 28 going into half-time.

In the penultimate quarter Japan made more turnovers and secured more rebounds, however they were unable to convert their chances as they failed to move the ball through the court to their attacking end.

The final 15-mintues promised more of the same, with the Maldives showing their strengths and going on to secure their first win 21 – 56.

MALAYSIA 82 – 25 CHINESE TAIPEI 

Umpires: Eranga Sithara, Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman and Regina Wing Po Wong (reserve)

To start the final matches of the preliminary round, Malaysia took on Chinese Taipei, with Chinese Taipei still searching for their first win of the competition.

Malaysia went into the match off the back a 22-78 victory over Brunei, and full of confidence which helped them get off to a strong start leading by 7 goals after the opening 10-minutes, a lead which they then doubled in the remaining 5-minutes of the first quarter to lead 22-8 at the first break.

In the second quarter Chinese Taipei managed to equal their goal scoring tally of the first quarter, adding scoring another 8 goals, however some costly ball handling errors in the centre third stopped them being able to close in the gap on Malaysia.

The third quarter was Malaysia’s strongest yet, as they dominated the defensive circle stopping Chinese Taipei from being able to score even one goal until nearly 5 minutes of the quarter had been played and then only five goals all quarter.

In the final 15-minutes Malaysia showed no signs of tiring as they went on to secure their second win of the Netball World Cup Qualifiers – Asia, 82 – 25.

DAY 2

THAILAND 29 – 56 HONG KONG

Umpires: Joan Yuliani, Tania Fink, Jessica Teng (reserve)

Both teams were taking to the court for the first time in the final match of Day 2 and it looked like there were some early nerves on show with missed shots and stray passes from both teams. The Thailand shooters were finding it challenging to shoot over the Hong Kong defender’s reach, meaning they were often looking to pass rather than shoot, whilst at the other end the Hong Kong shooters had found their range. At the first quarter break the score was Thailand 5 – 18 Hong Kong.

Thailand were struggling to get the ball to the circle edge in the second quarter, despite trying to play patiently, as the Hong Kong team were zonal defending the centre third which was making it extremely hard work for Thailand to break through. However, the Thailand defence continued to fight and they were securing turnovers but at half-time the score was Thailand 11 – 32 Hong Kong.

Thailand came out firing in the second half as they scored the first three goals of the quarter, and they continued to look more fluid through the court and in the shooting circle, meaning that they won this quarter 12 – 9 and scored more goals than they had managed in the whole first half. At the end of the third quarter, the score was Thailand 23 – 41 Hong Kong.

Both teams began to look tired in the final quarter with just three goals in the first five minutes, but it was Hong Kong who claimed their first victory of the tournament winning 56 – 29.

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MALDIVES 10 – 96 SINGAPORE

Umpires: Nattampon Namta, Kwan Yee Tang, Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman (reserve)

Singapore were looking to make it two wins out of two whilst Maldives were playing in their first match in the third match of Day 2. Singapore, playing in front of a home crowd, started with a high intensity with Maldives unable to get the ball into their final third. Maldives missed a couple of shots but got on the scoreboard six minutes in. The ball was moving quickly through the court when Singapore had possession with the score at the first quarter break Maldives 4 – 22 Singapore. 

Maldives started the second quarter well and were working the ball into their shooters with patience, however they were still lacking accuracy under the post. It was a much changed Singapore side this quarter, however they still looked fluid through the court with concise shooter-to-shooter place in the circle. At half-time Singapore had a comprehensive lead with the score 47-7.

Both sides rotated their starting seven for the second half and the Maldives defensive unit were forcing errors into Singapore’s play, but were struggling transitioning from defence to attack with Singapore often winning the ball back immediately. It was a dominant display by Singapore in that quarter with the score Singapore 73 – 8. 

The final quarter continued in the same pattern as the previous 15 minutes with Singapore looking clinical in all areas of the court. The full-time score was Maldives 10 – 96 Singapore, giving Singapore their second victory of the tournament. 

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CHINESE TAIPEI 34 – 38 BRUNEI

Umpires: Sylvia Lim, Cory Nicholls, Eranga Sithara (reserve)

The second match of the day saw Chinese Taipei competing in their first match and Brunei in their second after losing to Malaysia on Day 1 and it was Brunei who flew out of the blocks racing into a 4-0 lead. Brunei’s goal defence was securing turnovers for her side as she looked to mark the space and move off her players, however Chinese Taipei began to settle with the quarter time score Chinese Taipei 6 – 11 Brunei.

The second quarter was a more even contest in the early stages with both teams circle defence making turnovers and contesting for every ball. The Brunei centre seemed to be covering all areas of the court and was having a real influence on the match. At half-time Brunei had extended their lead with the score Chinese Taipei 13 – 21 Brunei.

Chinese Taipei started the second half well reducing the Brunei lead to five goals in the first five minutes. They continued at a high intensity with their goal shooter holding well and the rest of their attacking unit feeding accurately. A dominant quarter by Chinese Taipei meant that Brunei led by just one goal going into the final 15 minutes with the score 28 – 29.

The tension was high at the start of the final quarter with all results still possible. Brunei defence seemed to increase the pressure further with Chinese Taipai unable to find their goal shooter giving Brunei a six goal lead halfway through the quarter. Brunei kept their calm and earned their first win of the tournament with the score Chinese Taipei 34 – 38 Brunei.

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INDIA 41 – 45 PHILIPPINES

Umpires: Yu Bee Ling, Regina Wong, Nigel Lim (reserve)

Both teams settled into the first match of Day 2 well with the score level at 5-5 after five minutes. As one team threatened to break away the other team would fight back immediately with both sides having a two-goal lead at different points in the quarter. At the first quarter break, it was Philippines who had a slender lead with the score 12 – 10.

Philippines started the second quarter well and were working the ball to and around the circle edge nicely as they extended their lead to seven goals after the first four minutes. The game then went goal-for-goal with both sides converting from their own centre pass. At half-time, the score was India 20 – 26 Philippines. 

Philippines continued with the momentum in the second half as they extended their lead to 10 goals with their circle defence forcing the India attack into errors. An injury in the Philippines attack led to several changes and this disrupted their flow with India coming back well with two defensive rebounds. The score at the third quarter break was India 29 – 36 Philippines.

India could sense a fight back in the final quarter as they scored the first three goals of the quarter. However, Philippines remained composed with two defensive turnovers releasing the pressure and restoring their seven-goal lead. India never showed signs of giving up, but they had left it too late with the final score India 41 – 45 Philippines, giving Philippines their first win of the tournament. 

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DAY 1

BRUNEI 22 – 78 MALAYSIA

Umpires: Nigel Lim, Jessica Teng, Tania Fink (reserve)

In the final match of Day 1, Malaysia started well with their centre court making interceptions in defence and feeding their shooters nicely in attack. Unforced errors was costing Brunei as they were working the ball well through court, however not giving their shooters enough attempts. At the first quarter break the score was Brunei 6 – 18 Malaysia

Malaysia were applying a tight man-on-man defence throughout the court with Brunei often being penalised for held ball. Malaysia extended their lead during the second quarter with the half-time score Brunei 11 – 41 Malaysia.

It was a scrappy start to the second half with both teams making mistakes but neither team capitalising. A goal on the buzzer for Malaysia meant the score at the third quarter break was Brunei 16 – 59 Malaysia.

The final quarter followed a similar pattern to the first three with Brunei making turnovers in defence but unable to convert from them, whilst Malaysia were clinical throughout the court. The match ended Brunei 22 – 78 Malaysia. 

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SRI LANKA 102 – 14 INDIA

Umpires: Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman, Sylvia Lim, Yu Bee Ling (reserve)

In the second match of Day 1 it was Sri Lanka who imposed themselves on the match immediately with India unable to find a player from their first two centre passes. India did create a few chances and they managed to score two goals in the final four minutes of the quarter. At the first quarter break Sri Lanka led 34 – 2.

India were still struggling to convert chances in the second quarter with their shooters unable to lift the ball over the defenders reach. India did manage to slow down the Sri Lanka scoring rate this quarter as they applied more pressure throughout the court. At half-time the score was Sri Lanka 58 – 3 India.

India continued to improve during the match and started the third quarter well scoring from their first two centre passes and they went on to score more than double the number of goals this quarter than they managed in the first half. With 15 minutes left the score was Sri Lanka 79 – 10 India. 

It was a strong first match by Sri Lanka as they made advantage of their height in the shooting circle throughout the match and reached 100 goals with just one minute to go. India fought hard in the second half but the match ended Sri Lanka 102 – 14 India. 

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SINGAPORE 103 – 3 JAPAN

Umpires: Eranga Sithara, Regina Wong, Nattampon Namta (reserve)

The crowd were making themselves heard for the first match of the Netball World Cup Qualifier – Asia between Singapore and Japan and it was the hosts Singapore that started the match well with their shooters looking clinical in attack and their goal attack scoring two brilliant goals whilst still on the move. 

Japan were struggling to get the ball through the centre third often having to play the ball backwards or laterally, whilst Singapore looked fluid transitioning through the court. At the first quarter break Singapore had gained a solid lead with the score 21 – 2.

Singapore continued to play with a high intensity at the start of the second quarter and were first to pounce on any loose ball. Japan were working hard in defence and secured a great rebound followed by forcing a ball off the backline, however they were unable to work the ball to goal. It was another dominant quarter for Singapore with the half-time score 49 – 2.

It was an opportunity for Singapore to show the depth of their squad and they did just this with changes not disrupting proceedings. Japan were finding it difficult to get the ball round the arms of the Singapore defence with the score at the third quarter break Singapore 79 – 2 Japan.

Japan kept fighting and they were claiming rebounds in defence, however it was a great opening day victory for Singapore as they score 100 goals in their first match with the final score Singapore 103 – 3 Japan. 

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RESULTS

DATETIME (Singapore time / BST)     
3rd September13:00pm/06:00amSingapore1033Japan
3rd September15:00pm/08:00amSri Lanka10214India
3rd September17:00pm/10:00amBrunei 2278Malaysia
4th September13:00pm/06:00amIndia4145Philippines
4th September15:00pm/08:00amChinese Taipei3438Brunei
4th September17:00pm/10:00amMaldives1096Singapore
4th September19:00pm/12:00pmThailand 2956Hong Kong
5th September13:00pm/06:00amMalaysia8225Chinese Taipei
5th September15:00pm/08:00amJapan2156Maldives
5th September17:00pm/10:00amPhilippines3799Sri Lanka
6th September11:00am/4:00amIndia7914Japan
6th September13:00pm/6:00amPhilippines5941Maldives
6th September15:00pm/8:00amBruneiN/AN/AThailand
6th September17:00pm/10:00amMalaysia5355Sri Lanka
6th September19:00pm/12:00pmSingapore5646Hong Kong
7th September13:00pm/6:00amBrunei3740Philippines
7th September15:00pm/8:00amChinese Taipei4347India
7th September17:00pm/10:00amMalaysia 5546Hong Kong
7th September19:00pm/12:00pmSri Lanka6749Singapore
8th September13:00pm/06:00amJapan1696Chinese Taipei
8th September15:00pm/08:00amMaldives4050Brunei
8th September17:00pm/10:00amSri Lanka6251Hong Kong
8th September19:00pm/12:00pmSingapore5643Malaysia
10th September11:00am/4:00amPhilippines4238Brunei
10th September13:00pm/06:00amIndia4733Chinese Taipei
10th September (Semi-Final)15:00pm/08:00amSri Lanka6743Hong Kong
10th September (Semi-Final)17:00pm/10:00amSingapore5441Malaysia
11th September10:00am/03:00amChinese Taipei7127Japan
11th September12:00pm/05:00amBrunei5142Maldives
11th September14:00pm/07:00amHong Kong4254Malaysia
11th September16:00pm/09:00amSri Lanka6353Singapore

ABOUT THE EVENT

The Netball World Cup Qualifiers – Asia will run from the 3rd – 11th September, and are the third of the five qualifiers for the Netball World Cup 2023 (NWC2023), in Cape Town, South Africa.

The event will be hosted by Singapore, and will involve the hosts as well as Sri Lanka, India, Philippines, Japan, Maldives, Malaysia, Brunei, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong and Thailand. 

The teams have been split into 4 groups (A-D) for the preliminary round, and the winners of each preliminary group will then make up Group E in the second round, whilst the 2nd place teams will make up Group F and the 3rd place teams, Group G. 

Points during the round robin will be awarded as follows: 

  • Win = 2 points 
  • Draw = 1 point 
  • Loss = 0 point 
  • Walkover = -2 points 

In the event of a tie on points after round robin play, the following will take place:

  1. The result of the game between the two teams decides the winner. 
  2. If teams drew the match, or if more than two teams have the same number of points at the end of the round robin, goal average will decide the placing.
  3. If goal average is identical goal difference will decide the placing.
  4. In the event of a further tie, the teams scoring the most goals will be declared the winner.

Following on from this, Semi-Finals and Play-Offs will take place to determined which two teams finish top to be invited to the Netball World Cup 2023. 

In the Semi-Finals, Finals and all placing matches draws will not be allowed. 

In the event of a draw, the following will take place: 

  1. There shall be a four (4) minute interval at the end of full time. Substitutions and/or team changes are permitted; 
  2.  Extra time shall consist of two (2) halves of seven (7) minutes each, with an interval of one (1) minute at half-time. Teams shall change ends at half-time. The Centre Pass is taken by the team entitled to the next Centre Pass;
  3. During both of these intervals, substitutions and/or team changes may be made;
  4. In the event of a tie remaining at the end of extra time, a visual signal shall be used to indicate that play shall continue until one team has a two (2) goal advantage. 

SCHEDULE

WHERE TO WATCH

All matches, apart from the extra match on Friday 9th September which is a rest day, will be streamed live for free on NetballPass for International fans*. 

For those in the Region, the Event will be streamed on the Netball Singapore Facebook Page except in Malaysia and Brunei where Astro has the rights.

To login to NetballPass, click here.

We will also be brining you updates on the World Netball social media channels.

*Not available live in: Singapore, Brunei, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Maldives, Malaysia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Australia, Pakistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Korea, Nepal, Timor Leste and Vietnam

OFFICIALS SELECTED

UAP

  • Colleen Bond
  • Sharon Kelly
  • Vivian De Silva

Umpires

  • Joan Yuliani 
  • Jun Liang Nigel Wayne Lim 
  • Bee Ling Yu
  • Tania Fink 
  • Kwan Yee Tang 
  • Cory Nicholls 
  • Regina Wing Po Wong
  • Jessica Teng 
  • Asmawi Bin HJ Sulaiman
  • Nattaphon Namta
  • Lim Sze Hui Sylvia
  • Eranga Sithara 

Good luck to all involved! 

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