Loyola's search for silverware will once again take them to Singapore.
On Sunday night the Sparks square off against Harimau Muda B, Malaysia's under-19 squad, in the RHB Singapore Cup.
“I think it's going to be a good test” says Sparks right winger and captain, James Younghusband.
Last year the Filipino team defeated Singapore side Geylang United and Kanbawza of Myanmar to reach the semifinals. There they fell to Tampines Rovers in the semifinals. In the third place game Loyola succumbed to Gombak United 4-0.
The Singapore Cup is a single knockout competition that has a tradition of inviting foreign teams. This year Boeung Ket Rubbber Field of Cambodia, Lao Police Club from Laos, and two Pinoy clubs will parrticipate.
UFL league champ Global has a first-round date with Warriors on June 1. Warriors, formerly known as Singapore Armed Forces FC, are the defending champs.
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