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SINGAPORE, 25 MARCH 2019 – The Singapore Under-15 Girls’ National Team put up a commendable display to finish as runners-up in the inaugural UEFA-FAS U15 Girls’ Tournament last week.

Held from 17 to 21 March at Our Tampines Hub (OTH), our U15 girls recorded victories over Guam and Cambodia in their first two matches before going down to Moldova in the four-team round-robin competition.

Moldova emerged as champions after winning all three games, including a 3-0 defeat of Singapore on the final day, but Tina Afrida Nasmi’s charges can be satisfied with their performances in beating Guam 7-0 and Cambodia 1-0.

Forward Danelle Tan, 14, finished as joint-top scorer with Moldova’s Colnic Iuliana after bagging five goals, including four against Guam. Defender Irsalina Irwan, 12, was named the Most Valuable Player in her first ever international involvement at this age-group.

Football Association of Singapore (FAS) President Mr Lim Kia Tong and General Secretary Mr Yazeen Buhari were on hand to present the trophies and medals at OTH.

The tournament, which is part of the UEFA ASSIST programme to provide young players with the opportunity to gain more competitive playing experience, served as part of Singapore’s preparations for the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Under-15 Girls Championship in May.

17 March 2019

Moldova 5-0 Cambodia
Chirica Alina 40’+1, 73’, Osadcil Alexandra 58’, Berzan Anastasia 63’, Colnic Iuliana 65’
Singapore 7-0 Guam
Nurul’Ariqah pen. 16′, Danelle Tan 40′, 68′, 80′, 80’+2, Chloe Su 54′, Nadia Nuraeffendi 67′

19 March 2019
Guam 0-5 Moldova
Chirica Alina 12’, Colnic Iuliana 32’, 63’, Osadcil Alexandra 57’, Cabac Beatrice 65’
Cambodia 0-1 Singapore
Danelle Tan 23’

21 March 2019
Cambodia 1-2 Guam
Em Meysan 29’ | Sarah Celine Benevente 3’, Annika Irene Almario 27’
Singapore 0-3 Moldova
Railean Eugenia 25′, Colnic Iuliana 62′, 64′