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UAE WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY TWO MATCHES IN SINGAPORE

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Fri, 30 Dec 2016

UAE WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY TWO MATCHES IN SINGAPORE

SINGAPORE, 30 DECEMBER 2016: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Women’s National Team will be in Singapore for a week-long training camp from 2–7 January 2017. They will be playing two friendly matches – against a Singapore Selection team on Wednesday 4 January 2017, and against the Singapore Women’s National Team on Friday 6 January 2017. Both matches will kick off at 7.30pm at Jalan Besar Stadium and admission is complimentary.

Said Yeong Sheau Shyan, Head Coach of the Women’s National Team: “We are thankful for the opportunity to play against the UAE Women’s National Team. Our Lionesses may be young with an average age of 22.6 years, but they are looking forward to taking on tough challenges like this, which will go a long way in preparing them for the upcoming ASEAN Football Federation Women’s Championship 2017 in March.”

Both UAE and Singapore are also preparing for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup 2018 Qualifiers that will take place in April 2017.

Please see below for the details of the women’s matches:

Date

Match

Time

Venue

4 January 2017

Wednesday

Singapore Selection

vs

United Arab Emirates

7.30pm

Jalan Besar Stadium

6 January 2017

Friday

Singapore

vs

United Arab Emirates

 

Singapore’s squad for these matches has also been finalised. Please find appended below for the full squad list:

S/N

NAME

POS

AGE

CLUB

1

Kong Zi En Pamela

GK

25

Arion Football Academy

2

Noor Kusumawati Binte Mohammad Rosman

GK

26

Warriors FC

3

Nur Shahira Binte Sulaiman

GK

18

Women's Dream Team

4

Chin Ngeet Ling Deborah

DF

28

Woodlands Wellington FC

5

Darvina Halini Binte Deniyal

DF

29

Police Sports Association

6

Divyashree d/o c Bala Krishnan

DF

24

Women's Dream Team

7

Hamizah Binte Abdul Talib

DF

26

Police Sports Association

8

Nur Aniqah Imana Binte Azman

DF

25

Police Sports Association

9

Nur Emilia Natasha Bte Khairul Anuar

DF

17

Arion Football Academy

10

Nur Izyani Binte Noorghani

DF

29

Warriors FC

11

Pang Yen Ping Angelyn

DF

25

Woodlands Wellington FC

12

Siti Rosnani Binte Azman

DF

19

Police Sports Association

13

Suria Priya D/O Varatharaja

DF

25

Women's Dream Team

14

Lim Mei Yi Charmaine

DF/MF

26

Arion Football Academy

15

Joey Cheng Yu Ying

MF

23

Warriors FC

16

Chua Kai Yi Angeline

MF

28

Arion Football Academy

17

Stephanie Gigette A Dominguez

MF

18

Warriors FC

18

Ernie Sulastri Binte Sontaril

MF

28

Police Sports Association

19

Ho Hui Xin

MF

24

Woodlands Wellington FC

20

Lim Li Xian

MF

20

Warriors FC

21

Nur Adriana Bte Mohd Zukiflee

MF

18

Middle Rangers FC

22

Nur Faradila Bte Rafidi

MF

18

Arion Football Academy

23

Nur Farhanah Bte Ruhaizat

MF

18

Arion Football Academy

24

Nur Izzati Binte Rosni

MF

17

Arion Football Academy

25

Nur Shaahidah Binte Zulkifli

MF

17

Arion Football Academy

26

Siti Erma Ellyana Binte Mawi

MF

27

Police Sports Association

27

Yip-Au Hew Seem Chris

MF

22

Arion Football Academy

28

Sitianiwati Binte Rosielin

MF/FW

19

Warriors FC

29

Nur Azureen Binte Abdul Rahman

FW

25

Police Sports Association

30

Nur Raudhah Binte Kamis

FW

17

Winchester Isla FC

31

Nurul Fatin Bte Muhamad Shukran

FW

19

Women's Dream Team

32

Priscilla Tan Hui Yee

FW

23

Woodlands Wellington FC

33

Wang Zhen Zhu

FW

24

Woodlands Wellington FC

 

 

 

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