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HOKOTA (Japan): Golfer Yuka Saso from the Philippines is generous off the greens but it will be all business when she tees off at the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific (WAAP) championship in Hokota, Japan today.
HOKOTA (Japan): Defending champion Atthaya Thitikul of Thailand and local favourite Yuka Yasuda headline a strong field going into the second edition of the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific (WAAP) Golf Championship, which tees off tomorrow in Hokota.
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a proud moment for national golfer Loy Hee Ying (pic) although her challenge ended in the Augusta National Women’s Amateur in Georgia, United States.
The Malaysian Aesthetic Group Gymnastics Association (Magga) are going for glory in four competitions starting today in Singapore.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - The Tokyo-based Sunwolves will be cut from Super Rugby after the 2020 season in a major blow for Japan as the nation prepares to showcase its development in the sport as hosts of the World Cup.
THE national deaf futsal squad narrowly missed out on qualifying for the World Deaf Futsal Championships in Switzerland in November on their first-ever outing when they finished fifth at the Asia-Pacific regionals.
PETALING JAYA: Mirabel Ting’s creditable debut inspired the Malaysian women’s golf team to a better position in the Queen Sirikit Cup in Australia.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian juniors are continuing to make waves in the United States collegiate golf scene.
DEFENDING champion Atthaya Thithikul will lead a host of emerging stars from the region when the second edition of the Women’s Amateur Asia-Pacific (WAAP) is held at the Royal Golf Club in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan from April 25-28.
THE national Men and Women dodgeball squads who returned from the 7th WDBF Dodgeball World Championships last year with gold and silver medals respectively, received certificates of achievement along with bundles of high praise from the Youth and Sports Ministry.