Community Sports

City’s stars set new benchmark

MANCHESTER City’s open-top bus victory parade this week was the culmination of unprecedented success in a single English season and one that sets a new benchmark for domestic football and left the red half of the town turning green with envy.

Manchester City celebrated in style with their fans this week and had every right to do so – they are the new benchmark of English football.

Will Origi get to start in Madrid?

THE news filtering through from Anfield this week was that Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino is back in training after a muscle strain kept him on the sidelines for a while.

Origi got two decisive goals in the semi-final second leg against Barcelona. Can he do it again?

Disappointing result, says Selangor coach

SELANGOR coach B. Sathianathan is disappointed after the Red Giants squad failed to win over PKNP FC in the Malaysia Super League match played at the Manjung Municipal Council Stadium (MPM) in Lumut, Perak.

Get ready to have a ball across the causeway

THE third edition of the International Champions Cup

Tottenham’s Son Heung-min will be one of the stars competing in 
the ICC Singapore 2019.

Tee up in style with new threads

THERE’S a new name seen on the fairways of Malaysia’s golf courses these days – Carro.

Some golfers wearing Carro apparel.

Gearing up for Dutch challenge in Terengganu

THE national archery squad will be training in Kuala Terengganu in preparation for

Mohd Juwaidi (left) will be taking part in the men’s compound event.

Former wushu champ to train national squad

THE national wushu squad will get a touch of class from former world champion, Mao Ya Qi, to strengthen their preparations for the World Wushu Championship in Shanghai from Oct 20 to 23 and the Philippines SEA Games this year.

Malaysia wins bid to host gymnastics World Cup

MALAYSIAN Aesthetic Group Gymnastic Association (Magga) deputy president Datuk Radha Krishnan has officially announced that Malaysia will host the next Aesthetics Group Gymnastics World Cup here in Kuala Lumpur in 2020.

A shot in the arm for tennis

EFFORTS to encourage and unearth more budding talents to take up tennis with the hope of representing the nation in the future were given a shot in the arm when children health supplement brand Champs pledged RM50,000 for the organising of the First Serve Tennis Malaysia Kid’s Grand Prix 2019.

Japanese softballers stay on top

DEFENDING champions Japan rubber stamped their authority in Asia when they won the Asia Cup Women Softball Championship title for the fifth consecutive time and seventh time in the 11 edition of the event.

Japan’s Yamato Fujita in the final against China.