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MUTIARA Impian has once again lived up to its identity as the state’s sports school.
THE Penang Malays Tennis Association (PMTA) finally got their hands on the Heah Swee Lee Cup, becoming just the fourth club to claim the trophy.
THEY may be the “new kids on the block”, yet EB Sharks’ debut at the 24th Penang Sports Club (PSC) Global International Cricket Sixes showed they were no pushovers.
GEORGE TOWN: New boss. New vision.
PENANG bowlers will continue to step up training with the recent Penang Closed Championship proving to be the perfect warm-up to their bid at the upcoming Malaysia Games (Sukma) 2018 at the Ampang Super Bowl in Ipoh, Perak, later this month.
TWO superb saves by former state goalkeeper Lim Say Hoe in a
THEY don’t call themselves ‘warriors’ for nothing. The trio from SMK Bukit Jambul went to ‘war’ and came out victors at the end of the day.
ALL looked lost for SMJK Heng Ee when they went two matches down during the best-of-five final of the AirAsia-BAM National Junior League state-level badminton tournament.
GEORGE TOWN: Veteran hockey coach Rajendran Balagurusamy breathed his last after losing his year-long fight with soft tissue cancer. He was 69.
PENANG Sports Club (PSC) failed to maintain a double finish at the 22nd PSC-RUMC International Hockey Fest.