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Second title this year for Wira boys

BALIK Pulau's Wira Hockey Club won its second title of the year by grabbing the TNB-Penang State Hockey Association (TNB-PSHA) Under-12 hockey league crown.

Community Sports

Champ’s love affair with tennis

AFTER winning the Wheelchair Tennis Malaysia (WTM) Penang Master 2017 singles crown, Che Abu Bakar Mat, 58, is finally considering retirement.

Community Sports

Titans crush rival 5-0 in final of inaugural hockey carnival

THE Batu Feringgi Titans were too mighty for their competitors in the inaugural Dharma Management Consultant (DMC)-Wellesley Junior Hockey Carnival.

Other Sport

SEA Games torch run heads to Terengganu on July 17

JOHOR BARU: The Kuala Lumpur 2017 Torch Run, held in conjunction with the 29th SEA Games and 9th ASEAN Para Games will be held in Terengganu, from July 17-23.

Other Sport

Ice skating rink for SEA Games not ready – but Zolkples doesn’t get the chills

PETALING JAYA: The KL SEA Games are just seven months away, but the venue for ice skating and ice hockey – the Empire City in Mutiara Damansara – is still not ready.


Budget cuts may call for a low key 2017 Le Tour de Langkawi

PETALING JAYA: Le Tour de Langkawi cycling event, to be held from Feb 22-March 1, will not make a stop in Langkawi for the second time running due to budget constraints.


New blood needed for badminton, says Khairy

BALIK PULAU: Malaysia need new blood to fill in the shoes of retiring badminton players within the next two years, says Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin.


Guardini takes opening stage, leads overall in LTdL

BALING: Astana rider Andrea Guardini takes his 19th stage win in Le Tour de Langkawi with a victory in the 166.5km Kangar-Baling stage on Wednesday.


Tour of Langkawi may have to change dates

SHAH ALAM: The organisers of the Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) may be forced to change the race dates from March 6-13 as it clashes with the Tour de Taiwan.


Juniors squash coach Andrew calls Malaysia home now

PETALING JAYA: Settling down in a new country with a completely different culture can be daunting and unnerving.