Saturday, May 27, 2006

Okay, so the webmaster will still be around til the end of July. That's affirmative.

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Friday, May 26, 2006

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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Snow City Invaded by X-Boys mutants!
reported by SHo

They arrive in droves...

...ready to conquer.

They scale the sewers and slide down the slippery slopes of destruction!

They are everywhere!

There is no stopping them even when they feed - ravenously!

SCREAM! They are even attempting to take over our entertainment world!

Please report further sightings of these aliens at this hotline : 1800-The-Saint.

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Monday, May 22, 2006

It's been a swell 4 years.

This will be the last entry for this blog (and all blogs linked here). The webmaster will take his leave for awhile. Thanks for all your amazing support!

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Thursday, May 18, 2006

May 18, 2006
Saints go marching in, after 17 years

ST ANDREW'S Junior College won their first rugby title in 17 years, defeating Raffles Junior College 15-10 in the Schools National A Division final yesterday. With the score tied 10-10, Saints' Alex Tan scored the winning try. Seconds later, the referee blew the final whistle, prompting over 1,000 Saints supporters to race onto the field at the Home Team Academy.


Saints' Malcolm Oh converted a penalty to open the scoring. RJC raced to 10-3 (tries by John Wisnioski and Ong Zhehan) with only six minutes to play. But Saints levelled through a try by captain Khairul Hilmi and a conversion by Malcolm.

Said Alex: 'I'm on Cloud Nine. I thought we were going to lose but we never gave up, even till the last minute.'

Khairul added: 'RJC were the tournament favourites and ACJC were the defending champions. We kept going against them and beat them both.'

It was disappointment for RJC, who were cheered on by Tan Jun Ren, a member of their winning team in 2004.

He was partially paralysed during a friendly in January and was attending a match for the first time since his accident.

RJC's vice-captain Muhammad Ilman said: 'SAJC were the better side in the last 10 minutes.

'It'll probably take a day or two for this loss to sink in, but we'll be fine.'


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