‘Mr water polo’ dies of stroke

‘Mr water polo’ dies of stroke

Former national water polo captain and coach Tan Eng Bock died yesterday morning after suffering a stroke. He was 84.

Along with his brothers Eng Chai and Eng Liang, who were also part of the national team, he excelled in the sport. He captained the national team to their first South-east Asian Peninsular (Seap) Games title in 1965, starting a glorious undefeated run that ended only last year.

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