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Compatriots Jimmy Low and Muhammad Hilmi Zul Hassan, driving for the Petronas EON Racing Team, are gunning for a second successive victory in round two of the Perodua-AAM Malaysian Rally Championship in Lumut, Perak this weekend.
Petronas EON Racing Team (PERT) driver Rozali Abdullah secured his first victory when he turned on the power on the final day to clinch the second round of the Perodua-AAM Malaysian Rally Championship in Lumut, Perak, yesterday.
Ipoh City Council legal affairs director Datuk Abdul Rahim Mat Ariff took over the president#8217;s post of the Perak Hockey Association (PHA) at their biennial general meeting here recently.
Six months ago, an idea was mooted to have a Malaysian racing yacht with an all-Malaysian crew to challenge for top sailing honours in the region.
A 16-year-old record fell on the first day of the Perak Amateur Athletics Association (PAAA)-Milo Open meet at the Perak Stadium here yesterday - but there was little chance of any other record in the meet.
National middle distance runner M. Vadivellan collected his second gold medal of the meet on the final day of the Perak Amateur Athletics Association (PAA) Milo Open championships at the Perak Stadium here yesterday.
Bandar Penawar Sports School won the Division Two league title in the MHF-Milo-NSC Junior Hockey League - and they were not even playing.
Defending league champions Bukit Jalil Sports Schools (BJSS) got off to a great start in the Malaysian Junior Hockey League (MJHL) by whipping BJSS Juniors 10-2 in a Division One match at the Tun Razak Stadium yesterday.
Defending overall champions Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) despite retaining 10 players from last year squad, struggled to beat Anderson 2-0 in the Malaysian Junior Hockey League (MJHL) Division One match at the Manjung Hockey Stadium.
The Malaysian Junior Hockey League (MJHL) has only just begun but it has run into problems. Two Division One matches - one in Tampin and the other at the Bandar Penawar Sports School (BPSS) were called off yesterday because of water problems.