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Sarina was only seven years old when her parents moved from Kuala Lumpur to Singapore in 1998. She was living with her maternal grandmother and paternal grandmother who were both Malaysian. Her parents were working at the National Stadium for the World Cup (now known as the World Rugby) while Sarina grew up in Singapore and was a member of the school's football team. She got her first ever rugby ball when she was eight, and she went to play in various events at the school. She's always been a very athletic child and she was always malaysian cupid in the gym, doing her best to improve her body. At that age, she could've started competing for Singapore when she was just 6-7 years old. Her favourite sport was soccer and she enjoyed taking part in competitions. At school, she was in the top 2% of all her peers in her year.
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