Waiting game continues for majority of Singapore sports community even as Covid-19 measures ease

There are some positive signs with the Singapore Premier League football competition likely to restart on Oct 10. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - While Singaporeans have welcomed the easing of Covid-19 measures in many sectors in recent weeks, sport in the Republic has remained largely dormant.

There are some positive signs with the Singapore Premier League football competition likely to restart on Oct 10 and mixed martial arts organisation One Championship targeting a live closed door show here next month.

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