Star cager John leads Johor Southern Tigers to Agong Cup final after 12 years

In the limelight: Johor Southern Tigers’ John Wong was the top scorer, amassing 30 points during his 36 minutes and 54 seconds on the court. — Maba

PETALING JAYA: Johor Southern Tigers are in the Agong Cup final again after 12 years, thanks to the outstanding performance of their star player, John Wong.

The Johor outfits stormed into the final after fighting hard to beat Sarawak A 89-80 in a nail-biting semi-final match at the Maba Stadium in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

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