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A pat on the back for all

LIKE a well-oiled assembly of gears, the parties involved in this year’s The Sultan of Selangor’s Cup (TSSC) were the driving factor behind the success of the prestigious tournament.






Tengku Amir (right) and Abd Karim sharing a light moment while 
browsing through the souvenir book of The Sultan of Selangor’s Cup 2018. — Photos: SHAARI CHE MAT/The Star

No stopping Singaporean youngsters

JUNIOR Soccer School League (JSSL) Singapore wrested the overall Datuk Chu Ah Nge International Football Challenge Cup for the fourth consecutive year at the Royal Selangor Club Sports Annexe grounds at Bukit Kiara.

All in the name of fitness

AFTER receiving overwhelming response from their first fitness venture earlier this year, founders Mark Choo and Christian Lee launched the brand new Cirque Studio in Verve Shops, Mont Kiara.

Bank continues its support for KL Marathon

DIRIGO Events and Standard Chartered Malaysia have signed a four-year extension for the Standard Chartered KL Marathon (SCKLM) through year 2022.






Biemans (left) Abrar sealing the deal during a special signing ceremony.

Emotional victory for Sabah

SABAH had to dig deep into their reserves to triumph over Kelantan to bring back the Agong’s Cup back home after two years and it was the close-knit comradeship in the team that saw them pull through.






Luke (centre) in action with support from Tan (right).

Contest in honour of cricket legend

THE spirit and legacy of Lall Singh Gill, arguably then Malaya’s foremost cricketer, was remembered once again during the annual Lall Singh Trophy match.

Gruelling race returns to Iskandar Puteri

ISKANDAR PUTERI: Thousands of professional and amateur athletes from around the world took part in the gruelling spartan race held for the second time here.

Country’s second footgolf course opens in Johor

JOHOR BARU: Malaysia’s second footgolf course has opened at Pulai Springs Resort here and it caters to both football and golf fans.

Students raise RM200,000 in 24-hour race

MORE than 800 high school students in Malaysia took part in “Operation 24” – a programme to rescue victims of human trafficking across the globe.






Esha officiating the 24-Hour Race at IGB International School.

Volleyball championship back for eighth year

SEVENTEEN teams will battle for the ‘Datuk Koay Kar Huah Cup’ in the annual Penang Veteran Volleyball Championship which is back for its eighth consecutive year.

Koay (second from left) presenting the mock cheque to Hoh while VPM’s event coordinator Choong Loo Ee (left) and secretary Kaw Joon Patt look on after the press conference at the State Youth and Sports Complex in Batu Uban.

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