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Young shooters among 18 for 2006 training programme

Young shooters Mashita Ramli, Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi and Mohd Hameleay Abdul Mutalib have been rewarded with places in the 2006 programme squad for their impressive performances in competitions over the past six months.

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Shalin and Azidi keep our flag flying high in the alley

Malaysian bowlers have been simply smashing thus far this year.

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This time Yazlin's banking on younger sister Yazliza for pointers

National bowler Yazliza Razlan has always looked up to her elder sister, Yazlin, for advice and pointers before any big tournament.

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Malaysia banking on the 'old man'

Malaysia#8217;s Jonathan Lim is 18 but he is referred to as the #8220;old man#8221; of the Sixth Asian Schools Bowling Championships.

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Paddler Soo Jiin our best bet for medals

Chiu Soo Jiin is Malaysia#8217;s best bet to win gold medals in the Ninth South-East Asian Junior Table Tennis Championships, which will be played in Manila from April 22-25.

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Thong Foong appointed national wushu coach

Veteran Yoong Thong Foong is the new local coach of the national wushu squad. The 50-year-old Thong Foong, who has served as the Perak chief coach for the last 10 years, reported for duty on Wednesday.

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Dechy sets up Cargill meeting

French seventh seed Nathalie Dechy and 21-year-old American wild card entry Ashley Cargill booked a quarter-final matchup at the US$140,000 WTA Sarasota Open with victories in Sarasota (Florida) on Wednesday.

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A sinking feeling to 'duel in the pool'

US swimmers had hoped the much-hyped #8220;duel in the pool#8221; against Australia Sunday would help their sport make a splash in this non-Olympic year, but those hopes were sinking after a spate of Australian withdrawals.

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Malaysian boys complete a 1-2-3 in Asian Schools Bowling tournament

Defending champions Malaysia drew first blood on the opening day of the 6th Asian Schools Bowling Championship with a perfect 1-2-3 finish in the boys singles category at the Megalanes Bowl Friday.

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Failure to win award won't stop Premila from going for gold

National karate exponent S. Premila is not disheartened over her failure to win the 2002 National Sportswoman award last week despite her outstanding achievement in the World Championships in Madrid last year.