Sarawak’s Joey hits bullseye to make Tan family proud

HER brother may not have made it to the Malaysia Games (Sukma) but recurve archer Joey Tan Xing Lei (pic) ensured the Tan family will have plenty to celebrate in Miri.

The 15-year-old from Sarawak was on fire as she bagged two golds and one silver on the final day of the archery competition at the Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia in Nilai yesterday to add to the one gold she won in the 70m distance recurve event last week.

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