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THE appointment of Datuk Ismail Sabri Yaacob (pic) as the new Youth and Sports Minister came as a surprise tomany. And the hope is that the Perbadanan Nasional Bhd chairman would give a new spin to the future of Malaysiansports. Sports are nothing new to Datuk Sabri. He is the Persekutuan Gasing Malaysia (Pegama) president and heheaded the National Stadium Board from 2003-06.
World number one Nicol David has received a big boost for her defence of the CIMB Kuala Lumpur Open squash championship title.
With top Malaysian men's players Azlan Iskandar and Ong Beng Hee showing signs of returning to top form, a double victory is on the cards in the CIMB Kuala Lumpur Open squash championships next week.
National number two Ong Beng Hee has blasted the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) for their scathing remarks about his performance in the recent Kolkata International Open.
The warning signs are there. And the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) had better take heed.
National number three Tricia Chuah has gone AWOL and has been dropped from the national team.
Due to overwhelming response in the National Junior Squash Circuit last year, the CIMB have increased their sponsorship to a whopping RM500,000 for the five legs of the circuit this year.
The Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) want the national juniors to continue to work hard to achieve results in major championships after a mixed outing in the British Open junior tournament in Sheffield.
For the first time since 1986, Malaysian squash players will not feature in the Scottish Junior Open, which begins today in Edinburgh.
In closely contested elections at the Squash Racquets Association of Malaysia (SRAM) annual general meeting, Datuk Syed Mustaffa Syed Ali and Abdul Rahim Ali retained their posts as deputy president and vice-president respectively yesterday.