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posted by William Cho alias williamcho on Wednesday 2nd of December 2015 06:18:50 AM
Singapore Cricket Club, located at the heart of the city's civic centre along Connaught Drive and overlooking the Padang and The National Gallery Singapore. It was established in 1852 and has evolved over the years from being an elite colonial sports club to a multi-racial club catering to the sporting and social needs of the Singaporean community. It is the second oldest club in Singapore, a decade younger than the Singapore Turf Club, then known as the Singapore Sporting Club. Members Although the early members were ordinary British merchants, the Club soon grew in standing. Governors of the Straits Settlements were some of the Club's early Presidents. During the Second World War, the Japanese used the clubhouse for several activities, including the Military Administration Department and a Japanese officers' tea-room. It served as an important meeting place, with the Japanese calling it Syonan-ko Tonan Club. Since independence, the club has opened its membership to locals. – Infopedia Logon to singaporeology.com, a NEW Tourism Blog created by a team of Expats living here in Singapore. Fully supported with images from my stream. www.singaporeology.com/singapore-tourist-spots/national-g... file: singapore cricket club_DSC8766
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