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Ten paddlers for Asean Schools tourney

Malaysia will send 10 players to the Asean Schools Table Tennis Championships, which will be played in Cebu, the Philippines, from July 21-27.

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Move to get more foreign entries for Bendang Run

More than 10,000 runners are expected to take part in the Second Bendang Power run in Kedah on May 3 and attempts are being made to attract more foreign participants.

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Malaysia banking on the 'old man'

Malaysia#8217;s Jonathan Lim is 18 but he is referred to as the #8220;old man#8221; of the Sixth Asian Schools Bowling Championships.

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Singapore rugby team quarantined

About three-quarters of Singapore's national rugby side will be quarantined for at least a week after returning from the annual Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament, Singapore sport officials said yesterday.

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Greater role in sports for cops

The Police Sports Council (PSC) will play a greater role in the development of national athletes by providing them with employment.

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This time Yazlin's banking on younger sister Yazliza for pointers

National bowler Yazliza Razlan has always looked up to her elder sister, Yazlin, for advice and pointers before any big tournament.

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Malacca MC confident of winning Division Two title

The Malaysian Junior Hockey League (MJHL) resumes this weekend after a month's break for the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament, which ended in Ipoh on Sunday.

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Door open to late entries for Asian meet

Nine countries, including Malaysia, have confirmed participation in the Sixth Asian Schools Bowling Championship, which will be played at the Megalanes Bowl in Prai next month stays open.

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Terengganu for women's meet

The Terengganu Women's Hockey Association has picked 20 players to play in the National Women's Junior Hockey League from March 28-May 11.

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Malacca MC thump Afats with a dozen goals to head Division Two

Malacca MC regained their place at the top of Division Two of the MHF-Milo-NSC-Admiral Junior Hockey League and they are virtually through to the quarter-finals following a 12-0 drubbing of Armed Forces Apprentice Training School (AFATS) at the Tun Razak Stadium.