Action Abroad - 06-07-04
There was mixed fortunes for our players in Singapore in the quater finals of the Cup competition. Click through here to see how they fared and a number of our players that are playing abroad.
ACTION IN EUROPE…
NORWEGIAN DIVISION ONE (ELITESERIEN) Date: 04-07-04 * Kasey Wehrman came on in the 82nd minute as Lillestrom won 4-1 away to Frederikstad.
ACTION IN ASIA…
MALAYSIAN SUPER LEAGUE Date: 03-07-04 * Qantas Socceroo Ante Milicic (pictured right) created the second goal, as Pahang lost 3-2 in a top of the table clash away at Perak. The loss was Pahang-s first of the season and narrowed the gap to just one point between the pair.
SINGAPORE CUP (BIG TRUMPET CUP) Quarter Final Second Leg Date: 04-07-04 * John Angelucci played a full game as Singapore Armed Forces lost 3-1 at home against Home United. Singapore was eliminated from the competition after losing 3-2 on aggregate. * Alex Duric was replaced in the 90th minute as Geylang United won 2-1 away to Woodlands Wellington. Geylang advance to the Semi Finals by virtue of a 5-3 aggregate scoreline. SINGAPORE DIVISION ONE (S LEAGUE) Date: 30-06-04 * John Angelucci played a full game and created the second goal in the 49th minute as Singapore Armed Forces won 2-0 at home against Geylang United. Meanwhile, for Geylang, Alex Duric was replaced in the 84th minute. ACTION IN AMERICA… WOMENS DIVISION (W-LEAGUE) Date: 02-07-04 * Caitlin Munoz was replaced in the 54th minute but not before scoring in the 5th and 39th minute and creating goals in the 12th, 27th and 45th minute, while Stacey Stocco played a full game and scored in the 27th minute as Boston Renegades won 11(eleven) -1 against Rhode Island Lady Stingrays.
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