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Nigel Noah Chan

I am Nigel and I am a Craftsman. Anyone can be a photographer but not everyone can craft a masterpiece.
Japan’s Sunwolves Super Rugby Defeat: A Dismal Reflection of Asian Rugby
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Japan’s Sunwolves Super Rugby Defeat: A Dismal Reflection of Asian Rugby

Hayden Parker plays in a near-empty stadium in Singapore. In a lugubrious-looking stadium filled with only but a handful of devoted rugby enthusiasts, Japan’s Sunwolves played out their defeat against the previous year finalists, South Africa’s Lions. The team was plagued with low morale even before the match begun — just the day before, SANZAAR, the Southern Hemisphere rugby body announced a harrowing decision to axe the Sunwolves after their 2020 season. Despite the continued, arduous efforts from Head Coach Tony Brown to assure the fanbase that the Sunwolves would carry on displaying the best version of their game, few…
In Pictures: Asian Rugby Team Sunwolves Claim Their First Victory Over South African’s Bulls
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In Pictures: Asian Rugby Team Sunwolves Claim Their First Victory Over South African’s Bulls

The first Asian team in Super Rugby – Sunwolves has claimed victory over South African’s Bulls with a score of 42-37. The match was held at Singapore National Stadium on 30 June 2018, with the sunny island being one of the home matches for the Sunwolves. In the previous matchup back in 2016, these two Titan clashes and the Bulls emerged victorious with a tight margin of 27-30. Unwilling to let their past haunt them, they kept their promise they had made before the start of the season that they will never give up. Holding true to that statement, Sunwolves…
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