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WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY FRIENDLIES AGAINST MACAU AND MALAYSIA

WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM TO PLAY FRIENDLIES AGAINST MACAU AND MALAYSIA

SINGAPORE, 4 AUGUST 2017: The Football Association of Singapore today announced that the Women’s National Team will be playing two friendly matches – at home against Macau on 7 August, and away against Malaysia on 9 August. The two matches will be Women’s National Team Head Coach K. Balagumaran’s first official assignments.

A youthful 24-strong squad with an average age of 22.54 years has been called up, of which 20 will be travelling to Malaysia for the second friendly. Earning her first call-up to the squad is Woodlands Wellington FC’s Monessha Nair.

Coach Bala, who was previously the team’s Technical Advisor, said: “These matches are my first as the team’s Head Coach, but I’ve been working with the girls since April during the AFC Women’s Asian Cup Jordan 2018 qualifiers, and have been pleased with their work ethic and positive attitudes.

“The match against Malaysia especially will not be easy as they have been preparing for the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, and our girls would be playing their second game in three days. Notably, Malaysia finished fourth in the 2013 SEA Games – the last time women’s football featured in the tournament. Nonetheless, we have been working hard, and we look forward to testing ourselves against Macau and Malaysia.”

Admission to the Singapore vs Macau match on 7 August will be complimentary. It will kick off at 7.30pm at Jalan Besar Stadium.

Scheduled matches for the Women’s National Team

Date

Time

Match

Venue

7 August 2017
Monday

7.30pm

Singapore vs Macau*

Jalan Besar Stadium

9 August 2017
Wednesday

8.45pm

Malaysia vs Singapore

Stadium UiTM, Shah Alam, Malaysia

* Admission is complimentary

Singapore Women’s National Team

S/N

Name

Age

Pos

Club

1

Kong Zi En Pamela

25

GK

Arion Football Academy

2

Noor Kusumawati Binte Mohammad Rosman

26

GK

Warriors FC

3

Nur Fadhilah Binti Hassan

29

GK

Warriors FC

4

Nur Shahira Binte Sulaiman

19

GK

Changi Village SRC

5

Nur Emilia Natasha Bte Khairul Anuar

18

DF

Police Sports Association

6

Nur Izyani Binte Noorghani

29

DF

Warriors FC

7

Nur Syafiqah Binte Peer Mohamed

20

DF

Tanjong Pagar United FC

8

Pang Yen Ping Angelyn

26

DF

Woodlands Wellington FC

9

Siti Rosnani Binte Azman

20

DF

Police Sports Association

10

Suria Priya D/O Varatharaja

26

DF

Tanjong Pagar United FC

11

Priscilla Tan Hui Yee

23

DF

Woodlands Wellington FC

12

Joey Cheng Yu Ying

23

MF

Warriors FC

13

Ernie Sulastri Binte Sontaril

28

MF

Changi Village SRC

14

Ho Hui Xin

25

MF

Woodlands Wellington FC

15

Lim Li Xian

20

MF

Warriors FC

16

Nur Adriana Bte Mohd Zukiflee

19

MF

Changi Village SRC

17

Nur Farhanah Bte Ruhaizat

19

MF

Arion Football Academy

18

Nur Shaahidah Binte Zulkifli

18

MF

Arion Football Academy

19

Stephanie Gigette A Dominguez

18

MF

Warriors FC

20

Wang Zhen Zhu

24

MF

Woodlands Wellington FC

21

Kamaliah Binti Hashim

27

FW

Warriors FC

22

Nur Raudhah Binte Kamis

18

FW

Winchester Isla FC

23

Nurul Fatin Bte Muhamad Shukran

19

FW

Tanjong Pagar United FC

24

M Monessha Nair

22

FW

Woodlands Wellington FC

 

 

 

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