Singapore is a relatively young gambling location, given that the nation’s government first authorized and implemented appropriate laws for gambling in 2005.
The island city-state draws throngs of affluent foreigners, mostly from neighbouring Asian countries like China and Indonesia. They inject millions of Singaporean dollars into the local economy every year despite their lack of expertise in the field.
A regional sport and hospitality hub which began as a village rugby club has unveiled the latest phase of a major improvement programme worth almost £500,000.
The investment by Hull Ionians RUFC over the last six years has helped to provide floodlights, an all-weather cricket wicket and refurbishments to changing rooms, with the enhanced facilities driving increased activity in rugby, rounders and cricket.
On a day when strong hearts and minds beat stronger bodies Beverley RUFC U13s produced a scintillating performance to come from behind three times and beat a big muscular Rotherham side 35 -25 and reach the final of the Yorkshire Plate.
Beverley have a bad habit of conceding early scores before jolting into action and Sunday was no exception when with three minutes on the clock the visitors ran a penalty move from the halfway line straight through a nonexistent Beverley defence for the first try.
Beverley Athletic Club’s runners scooped age group prizes in last Sunday’s Humber Bridge 10k road race. Run by City of Hull AC, this is a well-established and popular race which has been growing for the last few years.