They may have hosted a successful Formula One race, but when it comes to rugby Singapore are not on the fast track, and have lesser ambitions this weekend - win one game. 'We will be happy if we can beat Taiwan in our pool. I think Korea will be too strong for us,' said Singapore Rugby Union executive Ridzal Saat. 'We are also in a tough group in the women's competition having drawn top seeds Kazakhstan and Hong Kong.' Singapore have retained most of the squad that finished in third place at the South East Asian Games last year, behind champions Thailand and the Philippines.