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It’s non-stop action on both the local and international fronts

THE M-League gets going with the Charity Shield tonight, the Junior Hockey League has just got into swing, the Tour of Langkawi comes to a head today, the national badminton team have been named, sans Ong Ewe Hock.

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Dwyer makes dream debut

Australian Geoff Dwyer could not have asked for a more dramatic introduction to the Malaysian football scene when he scored Penang's winner in the 1-0 win over Selangor in the 2003 Charity Shield at the State Stadium in Batu Kawan Sunday night.

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Rookie pro strikes for Penang

New pro Geoff Dwyer scored on his debut for Penang and the FA Cup champions had their name engraved on the Charity Shield for the first time with a 1-0 win over a new-look Selangor side at the State Stadium in Batu Kawan Sunday night.

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Penang's hitman Romero out for six weeks with fractured jaw

The Charity Shield is in the bag for Penang but it came with a price. Argentine striker Gustavo Romero has been sidelined for six weeks after receiving a knee in the face during a collision with Selangor goalkeeper Azmin Azram Abdul Aziz.

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Battle is far from over for Giants, says team boss

The Selangor players have been told to forget their defeat by Penang in the Charity Shield and pick themselves up for the rest of their Premier I campaign, which starts with a home match against Malacca on Feb 22.

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Big Easy's the man to beat, Garcia in doubt for Perth tourney

South Africa#8217;s world number three Ernie Els is a strong favourite to win the US$1.68 million Johnnie Walker Classic starting today.

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Romero itching for action just a day after jaw op

Just a day after undergoing surgery to insert a titanium plate to hold together his broken jawbone, Penang's Argentine import Gustavo RomeroI/I>is already talking about resuming training.

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Suffian's lone goal spoits it for Penang

Penang had celebrated the Chinese New Year by lifting the Charity Shield last Sunday. Saturday, it was Malacca who ended the festive season with a delightful 1-0 Chap Goh Mei day win over the islanders in a Premier I match at the Stadium Hang Tuah in Malacca.

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FAM trying to get new sponsors for ‘live’ matches

The FA of Malaysia (FAM) will not deprive local fans of 'live' telecasts of M-League matches despite the advertising ban on main sponsors, Dunhill.

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Sivaram: Giants will deliver full points

The Red Giants, after the disappointing 0-1 defeat by Penang in the Charity Shield match in Batu Kawan, have pledged to get back to winning ways in front of their home fans against unpredictable Malacca at the Shah Alam Stadium tonight. Ironically, Malacca had beaten Penang last week.