Singapore's netballers breezed past Asian rivals Sri Lanka 60-43 on Tuesday night at the Nations Cup, keeping their perfect start to the six-nation tournament.
Despite facing a side that boast 2.06m Tharjini Sivalingam, who sat out some parts of the match, the Republic were largely untested throughout the match.
Singapore had also beaten Ireland and 2008 champions Papua New Guinea earlier in the week. They play Uganda on Wednesday evening.
The tournament is held at the Toa Payoh Sports Hall.