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In the Women’s Challenge Cup final held on Saturday, 25 March 2006, the FAS Young Women hammered Bishan Arsenal 10-1 to be crowned Cup champions.
The FAS Young Women have qualified for the final of the 2006 FAS Women’s Challenge Cup after their defeat of ITE Women’s 3-0 in their semi-final match.
The quest for their consecutive Women’s Challenge Cup title came to an end, as defending champion ITE Women’s fell 0-3 to the FAS Young Women in the semi-finals held last weekend.
The FAS Young Women were the biggest winners in Week Four of the Women’s Challenge Cup as they posted a 9-2 win over Malaysia U19.
FAS Young Women and Bishan Arsenal booked their places of the Women’s Challenge Cup with handsome wins over United World College and Nanyang Technological University respectively in Week Five.
Reigning Women’s Challenge Cup champions ITE Women sent out a warning in Week 3 with a 2-1 win over FAS U19 – they are not about to relinquish their crown easily.
Singapore’s first all-women football club Arion FC have vowed to remain uncowed despite a debut defeat in the Women’s Challenge Cup.
FAS U19 were the big winners in the Women’s Football Challenge Cup over the weekend as they recorded a 7-0 hammering of Police FC.
FAS WOMEN’S FOOTBALL CHALLENGE CUP 2006 The 2006 FAS Women’s Football Challenge Cup kicks off from Sunday, 4 February.
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