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23 Nov 2013 | 7:43 PM

Volleyball out to make an impact at SEA Games

SIBU: The national women’s volleyball team are determined to make an impact at the 27th Myanmar SEA Games next month, after a lapse of 10 years.

The national women's volleyball team are optimistic of producing a good result at the Myanmar SEA Games, after a lapse of 10 years.
15 Nov 2013 | 5:23 PM

Pandelela a shoo-in for state sportswoman award

KUCHING: Olympic medallist Pandelela Rinong is the favourite to win the Sportswoman of the Year 2011-2012 at the Sarawak Sports Awards in Sibu on Nov 23.

Olympian Pandelela Rinong competing in the 15th FINA World Championships in Spain this year. She is a favourite to win the Sarawak Sportswoman of the Year award. – GLENN GUAN/The Star
14 Nov 2013 | 7:49 PM

Sarawak sign former international Akmal

KUCHING: Sarawak have signed former international Akmal Rizal Rakhli for their Super League campaign next season.

Striker Akmal Rizal Rakhli, who was with RC Strasbourg in the French Division One League (1999-2000), has joined Sarawak.
8 Nov 2013 | 10:23 PM

Sarawak looking to beef up defence with Friedrich

KUCHING: Newly-promoted Sarawak are looking at former German international Manuel Friedrich to beef up their defence for next season’s Super League campaign.

Manuel Friedrich recently attended trials in Kuching. Sarawak is hoping he will join them for next season's Super League campaign. – Bernama Photo
4 Nov 2013 | 7:00 AM

Crocs continue to attract interest

KUCHING: Sarawak are not big spenders like Johor DT but apparently more players want to play for the Premier League champions because they know they can grow with the team.

Prized players: Sarawak’s Junior Eldstal (left) and Joseph Kalang Tie having a light moment during their training in Kuching. — Bernama
3 Nov 2013 | 7:00 AM

Crocs edge closer to Friedrich deal Premier League champions hopeful of agreeing terms with former Germany and Leverkusen man

KUCHING: Premier League champions Sarawak have identified former Germany and Bayer Leverkusen defender Manuel Friedrich as one of two foreign players they would like to sign.

Friedrich trying out for Sarawak at Stadium Negri in this file pic. — Bernama
1 Nov 2013 | 7:00 AM

Families involved in Bengoh relocation cannot wait to move into homes

KUCHING: The 204 families affected by the construction of the RM310mil Bengoh dam will soon get their “best Christmas gift” when they move to their new homes at the Bengoh Resettlement Scheme (BRS).

Mammoth project: The RM310mil Bengoh dam was completed in 2010.
31 Oct 2013 | 7:00 AM

Manu tries out for Crocs

KUCHING: Former Bayer Leverkusen defender Manuel Friedrich is among eight players attending trials with Premier League champions Sarawak at Stadium Negri here.

High hopes: Friedrich (centre) going through his paces during the trial at Stadium Negri. -Bernama
29 Oct 2013 | 7:00 AM

Pandelela wants to repeat past SEA Games feats in Myanmar

KUCHING: The incentives received from the Government and private sector after clinching Malaysia’s first Olympic bronze medal in diving last year has made Pandelela Rinong Pamg strive to do better for Sarawak and the country.

Accomplishment: Pandelela and Mun Yee with their bronze medals attained from the women’s 10m synchro platform event in the recent FINA World Championships in Barcelona. The pair will not be partnering for the SEA Games in Myanmar. — EPA
28 Oct 2013 | 5:24 PM

Sarawak have nothing to be ashamed of

KUCHING: Despite failing to book a ticket to the Malaysia Cup final, Sarawak head coach Robert Alberts is adamant that the team’s accomplishments this season have been a big success.

Pahang players celebrate as their Sarawak counterparts look dejected after the final whistle of the Malaysia Cup semi-final which Pahang won on 4-2 aggregate.

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