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Penang football team to score up to RM4mil if they secure promotion to Super League

CHIEF Minister Lim Guan Eng has offered a reward of up to RM4mil for the Penang football team if they win a promotion to the top flight in 2015.


Association to give away league tickets

THE Football Association of Penang (FAP) will offer free and partly subsidised tickets for Saturday’s Super League match between Penang and Terengganu at the City Stadium.


Six footie fans to face the music

GEORGE TOWN: Police have obtained a four-day remand order for six Penang football supporters (pic) who allegedly stoned a bus carrying Kedah football fans after a Malaysia Super League match.


Comeback queen settles for second spot as she almost causes upset in pool event

Lee Sook Kwan almost turned the form book upside down and put the men to shame when she powered into the Open singles final of the Taylors Super League British Pools Championship.


Penang Panthers continue winning ways with 2-0 triumph over Kelantan

AN on-song Penang Panthers have mauled yet another Super League outfit, this time adding the Kelantan Red Warriors to their list of victims in their ongoing warm-up to the new Premier League season.


Crucial to Panthers’ success

IN a bid to woo more supporters to turn up at the City Stadium in George Town, the Football Association of Penang (FAP) is offering a discounted ticket package for Penang’s remaining six Super League home matches.


Mutiara Impian bounce back in style

AFTER a season of toiling, SMK Mutiara Impian are back in the Ministry of Education’s (MOE) Super League top-tier challenge.


PKNS FC determined to bring glory to the state by winning TSSC

ALTHOUGH PKNS FC has struggled in the Malaysia Super League, the team pledge to give their best in the 16th edition of the Sultan of Selangor Cup (TSSC) in Singapore on May 6.


RM3mil state incentive for Panthers

THE Football Association of Penang (FAP) received a RM3mil boost from the state government, marking the promotion of the Panthers to the Super League next year.