Firehorse conclude division fight unbeaten


KUALA LUMPUR: Miri Firehorse ended their Division Two campaign unbeaten in the 61st Maba/Matrix Agong Cup.

The team of ex-national players secured their place at the top of the division standings with a comfortable 105-42 win over Penang Horng Tat Motorpart at the Maba Stadium yesterday.

Eddie Wong had 17 points and eight rebounds to guide his team to victory against the young Penang side.

Firehorse head coach Kang Choon Leong was pleased with his team’s win which gave them top spot in the standings but said the real challenge is yet to come.

“Horng Tat players are young but with time they will become better, ” said Choon Leong.

“They are inexperienced compared to our players so the match was quite easy for us. The real challenge will come when we play Division One teams like Negri Sembilan and Westports Malaysia Dragons.”

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